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Football fans have been left confused by archaic heraldry laws that have forced clubs to scrap their crests, The Herald reports. More than 20 clubs may be in breach of ancient laws, dating back to 1592, if their badges contain elements such as saltires, lions, shields or thistles.

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A Scottish businessman who helped develop the fastest selling entertainment product in history is suing his former employer for $150 million, alleging he was removed by “deception”. Leslie Benzies was the former boss of Rockstar North and director of the video game Grand Theft Auto V.

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Gibson Kerr has announced the appointment of two solicitors, Angela Agrawal (pictured right) and June Paterson (pictured below) to its property team. Ms Paterson will focus primarily on residential property while Ms Agrawal will advise on residential and commercial property matters.

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Graduates from richer family backgrounds earn significantly more after graduation than their poorer counterparts, even after completing the same degrees from the same universities. This is one of many findings in new research published today which looks at the link between earnings and students’ b

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The European Union’s General Court has confirmed its new judges. By decision of 23 March 2016, the representatives of the governments of the EU member states have appointed Mr Zoltán Csehi, Mr Constantinos Iliopoulos, Ms Anna Marcoulli, Ms Nina Półtorak and Mr Dean Spielmann (pictured) as Judge

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Gillespie Macandrew is the latest local business to become a corporate patron at the Black Watch Museum and Castle. The firm, which operates a land and rural business practice from its Perth office, is already making the most of the new relationship by hosting a number of client events within the un

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Clarity is needed on proposals for a new law of domestic abuse if it is to help those affected by either physical or psychological abuse, the Law Society of Scotland has said. In its response to a Scottish government consultation which sought views on a draft provision to create a specific offence o

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Severe pressure on resources has been highlighted by the Faculty of Advocates as causing lengthy delays in the appointment of guardians to people who are unable to look after their own affairs. When a guardianship order is being sought under the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000, notice is

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Advocate General Wathelet of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has stated the posting of a hyperlink to a website which published photos without authorisation does not in itself constitute a copyright infringement. The motivation of the person who placed the hyperlink and the fact th

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