News

20476-20490 of 20519 Articles
Clock icon 2 minutes

Pedestrians soaked by passing cars have complained to police new figures reveal. People across England and Wales have gotten in touch with police forces, accusing drivers of deliberately driving through standing water in order to splash passers by.

Clock icon 2 minutes

An American musician has won the right to remain in the country after an immigration judge rebuffed a Home Office attempt to deport him. The UK government was told that Steve Forman (pictured) has a strong case for being allowed to stay in the UK.

Clock icon 4 minutes

Stephen Wright (pictured) discusses the recent clarification by the Inner House, in a Special Case, of uncertainty surrounding the validity of a very large number of continuing powers of attorney. In W, 2014 SLT (Sh Ct) 83, Sheriff Bairdopined that a deed which appointed a named individual “to be

Clock icon 2 minutes

Gillespie Macandrew has announced the appointment of two new associates. Fiona Cameron (pictured right) has been made an associate within the litigation & dispute resolution team.

Clock icon 2 minutes

International law firm Kennedys has opened in Scotland with offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow, giving it a presence in all jurisdictions in the UK and Ireland. The firm has recruited two Scottish solicitors: Frank Gill (pictured) and Rory Jackson.

Clock icon 4 minutes

With the numbers of people across the UK suffering from dementia continuing to soar, a lawyers have warned families it is essential to consider estate protection. Tessa Till, a partner at Pagan Osborne(pictured), believes the myriad of financial and legal issues associated with the condition are not

Clock icon 1 minute

A man who failed to pay his taxes timeously has claimed that US president Barack Obama dealt with his finances after he was handed a fine for late payment. The claim was one among many revealed by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) that people use to avoid penalties for failing to send their tax returns

Clock icon 2 minutes

Following 11 years of service to the community, the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic has expanded its activities. Collaboration with the Refugee Survival Trust has enabled it to employ Barbara Coll as a part-time supervisor to oversee assistance to asylum seekers.

20476-20490 of 20519 Articles