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Six new sheriffs have been appointed to the Sheriff Appeal Court (SAC). Sheriffs Brian Mohan, Derek J Hamilton, Gillian A Wade QC, Iain M Fleming, Patrick Hughes and Wendy A Sheehan have all been appointed as appeal sheriffs by the Lord President, Lord Carloway.

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DWF's Iain McLean has been awarded the Platinum Champions Award by the Royal Voluntary Service in recognition of the fundraising work he has done to help promote awareness and research into glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) brain tumours following the death of his son, Duncan, in 2016. Duncan lost his l

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The annual Law Society of Scotland In-House Rising Star Award is back, and two Scottish solicitors have been shortlisted for this year’s award from six nominations. Mariel Kaney, the deputy legal secretary to the Lord President’s Private Office, and Marion Sweetland, legal counsel in com

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A couple who took their neighbour to court over a "very minor” trespass which they refused to settle for £13,000 must now pay a £130,000 legal bill. Liz and Adam Peck refused the offer of a settlement from Debbie Ranford, a City banker, in a dispute relating to their home in Dulwic

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Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace LLP has welcomed Carolyn Richards as a partner. Ms Richards has almost 30 years’ experience of the new homes sector. An Aberdonian educated at St. Margaret’s School for Girls and the University of Aberdeen, she has practised exclusively in the housebu

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JUSTICE has welcomed a decision of the European Court of Human Rights that stayed the removal of an asylum seeker to Rwanda as part of deal between the UK and Rwandan governments. The human rights organisation said the policy of transferring asylum seekers to Rwanda risks denying individuals effecti

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Apple abused its market dominance after misleading iPhone users with an update that actually slowed devices down, a tribunal will be told. Twenty-five million British people could become eligible for hundreds of pounds each if campaigner Justin Gutmann wins his case at the Competition Appeals Tribun

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An Edinburgh GP has been jailed for four years for the rape of a woman he met through an online dating site. Dr Manesh Gill, 39, was sentenced to four years imprisonment after being found guilty of sexually assaulting his victim when they met for the first time.

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A bill that enshrines in law the Scottish government’s commitment to making Scotland a 'Good Food Nation', has been passed. The approach aims to create links between policy at the national and local levels, with government, local authorities and health boards all creating good food nation plan

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