Yesterday's edition of Scottish Legal News misattributed comments made by Digby Brown's lawyers to Dorothy Bain QC in the ongoing Glasgow bin lorry FAI. Ms Bain did not make these comments. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Lord Carloway The Scottish Criminal Bar Association (SCBA) has responded to comments made by the Lord Justice Clerk that counsel's questioning of complainers should not be “protracted, vexatious or unfeeling” in a judgment from a case heard last year.
Cat McLean An English court judgement could pave the way for Scottish companies to win more compensation from banks who mis-sold interest rate hedging products(IRHPs), law firm MBM Commercial has said.
Caroline Levesque-Bartlett Nobody in Scotland has faced jail for failure to pay their TV license in at least half a decade, according to figures obtained under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
A “prominent” professional sportsman has been granted an injunction preventing a newspaper publishing a “kiss and tell” story about a sexual relationship he had with another woman before he was married. A judge at the High Court in London granted the application by the un-named married coupl
A judge has ruled role-model status is insufficient justification for revealing the identity of a celebrity who had an affair because in as godless a society as Britain only the puritanical now believe celebrities' sexual escapades should be made public. The identities of the ex-lovers were widely d
About one in ten child protection orders (CPOs) handed out in Scotland have come from Dundee over the past two years according to new figures The Courier reports. The Scottish Children's Reporter Administration provided that in 2013/14, 79 children were the subjects of CPOs, while in 2014/15, 59 wer