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A sheriff principal has expressed irritation with lawyers over "disorganised" and "simply bewildering" pleadings in a straightforward consumer claim. The case concerned a vehicle to which, it was argued, a towbar had been improperly fitted. The respondent sought to reject the vehicle and claim repay

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Tim Lennox details a fortnight in Copenhagen as part of Kennedys' exchange programme. The Kennedys Exchange programme allows our global network of colleagues to work from another Kennedys office for a period of time, with the option of participating in an 'exchange' with another person. Recently, I

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A trainee police officer who drew a red line on his Covid test to get time off work breached police standards, a tribunal has ruled. Ahmed Anwari used a red pen to manually alter his lateral flow test result before sending a photograph to Lancashire Constabulary.

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The public inquiry into the wrongful convictions of hundreds of sub-postmasters and mistresses has appealed for more witnesses to come forward after the Post Office confirmed that it will not seek to enforce non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) against them. Though the Post Office had previously applied

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Alan Cassels has joined Burness Paull from Pinsent Masons. He is a leading banking partner with extensive cross-border banking expertise, having developed significant experience in corporate, leveraged and real estate finance.

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Terra Firma Chambers’ Scott Blair will present Judicial Review – The Comprehensive Update, a topical virtual classroom hosted by CLT Scotland at 2pm on Thursday 30th June 2022. The use of judicial review continues to grow in Scotland and public authorities have to be ever more aware that

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Solicitor Lyndsey Barber has explained why she is leaving the law in a new video uploaded to YouTube. She discusses the disparity in pay between the defence and prosecution and the incredible pressure placed on defence lawyers for comparatively poor remuneration.

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Via Toni Ashby: Clyde & Co Scotland celebrated summer and its imminent merger with BLM at our party at Edinburgh First. A fantastic afternoon was had by all, and the firm looks forward to 1 July and to bringing its new colleagues on board.

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It has been brought to the attention of the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) that clear guidance is required in respect of procedure where there has been a change of agency, and in particular where new agents wish to use Civil Online. If you have been instructed following a change of age

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The removal of a 65-year-old plaque honouring judges and lawyers who served the Nazis has been ruled out for now by the president of Germany's Supreme Court. The plaque, found at the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe, lists the names of 34 members of the Reich Court and the Reich prosecutor&rsqu

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Ampersand's Usman Tariq has been appointed along with 48 other junior counsel to the UK Covid-19 Inquiry legal team. The junior counsel will support Hugo Keith QC, lead counsel to the inquiry, Martin Smith, solicitor to the inquiry, and the 11 recently appointed Queen’s Counsel with the prepar

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Community projects are set to receive up to £20 million over the next three years to continue supporting young people and communities most affected by crime. Since the programme began in 2008, Cashback for Communities has taken funds recovered through the Proceeds of Crime Act and provided cru

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