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Two key advisers on the sale of BHSto Retail Acquisitions were asked to reveal their fees yesterday. MPs responsible for overseeing one of the two inquiries into the BHS fiasco, have called for the two key advisers involved to reveal how much they were paid for their work in the sale.

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Neil Sugarman The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), has launched a campaign targeting cold callers. The “can the spam” campaign has the backing of lawyers and includes a short video encouraging the public to report cold callers.

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Kevin Engel Business confidence levels in Scotland have fallen into negative territory for the first time in almost a year, making them among the lowest in the UK according to the latest ICAEW/Grant Thornton UK Business Confidence Monitor survey.

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A ban on wearing headscarves in companies may be admissible if it is based on a general company rule which prohibits political, philosophical and religious symbols from being worn visibly in the workplace to ensure religious and ideological neutrality, in the opinion of an advocate general of the Co

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DWF has completed its move into new premises at 110 Queen Street in Glasgow, which will see the firm’s circa 90 Glasgow-based employees with a new, open-plan working environment. Located at the centre of Glasgow’s business district, 110 Queen Street is BREEAM rated excellent and has secured high

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The Law Society of Scotland has welcomed the announcement that First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has recommended the appointments of James Wolffe QC as Lord Advocate and Alison Di Rollo as Solicitor General. Eilidh Wiseman, president of the Law Society of Scotland, said: “I congratulate both James Wo

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Around 180 judges from Brazil are finding out about the Scottish legal system during a four-day visit. The Association of Brazilian Magistrates (AMB), which represents all levels of the Brazilian judiciary, chose the United Kingdom as the venue for its second International Congress.

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A Ugandan woman who came to the UK to join her husband after he was granted refugee status has successfully challenged a decision by the Home Secretary to refuse her application for “indefinite leave to remain” as a victim of domestic abuse. The woman, who lives in Glasgow, applied for ILR after

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