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As a sole practitioner, are you drowning in red tape and administration with not enough time to do the legal work you need to do to keep your head above water?Do you have a mountain to climb each day as a sole practitioner? Because as well as the legal work to do for your clients you have to deal wi

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Gilson Gray has announced its annual promotions. Rob McGregor has become head of estate agency at Gilson Gray’s burgeoning property division, while Callum Sutherland now leads new business and home-buying at the firm’s residential conveyancing arm.

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Mackinlay & Suttie Solicitors, of Barrhead and the surrounding areas, has now become part of MM Legal. Under the new arrangement, Matt Lynch will join MM Legal as a director, bringing with him a team of five who specialise in wills, estates and succession planning and residential conveyancing. T

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The Herald has published an obituary for Sheriff Gerard Considine. "Gerard Considine, who has died aged 57, was a respected lawyer who spent his entire legal career specialising in criminal defence work, latterly as a solicitor-advocate. He was also a president of the Glasgow Bar Association an

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Pictured (L-R): Galina Nikolova, Gyunesh Ali, Patritsia Paneva, Stoyan Stoyanov and Tsvetka Todorova The members of an organised criminal gang which falsely claimed more than £53 million in Universal Credit in the largest benefit fraud in the UK have been jailed.

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Clyde & Co has announced the promotion of Alison Tyler to partner as part of its 2024 promotions round. Ms Tyler has been with the firm since 2011, following the merger with Simpson & Marwick, where she trained. She has 15 years’ experience in representing insurer, commercial and publi

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The complete failure of Police Scotland to perform its role led to a young woman being trapped in a car with her dead partner for days before she too died, a fatal accident inquiry that has taken nine years has found. Lamara bell, 25, lay severely injured but conscious at the bottom of an embankment

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Drivers who receive an endorsement to their licence can now pay any associated fines online. Anyone given a penalty that adds points to their driving licence will have the option to settle their outstanding amount via the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service website. This is an alternative to havin

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A round-up of human rights stories from around the world. Gaza: The rest of the world sees hypocrisy written into the West’s response

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A German businessman has won the right to use Donald Trump’s name on condoms after a dispute over trademark rights at the former president’s Scottish golf resorts. Frank Lindner sought to trademark the name “Trump” for various products, including beers, wines, and contracepti

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Legislation has been passed that will automatically exonerate sub-postmasters who were wrongly convicted as a result of the faulty Horizon IT system, the day after Royal Assent is granted. Those whose convictions are quashed under the Post Office (Horizon System) Offences (Scotland) Bill will be abl

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Balloons carrying rubbish and faeces have been sent by North Korea to its southern neighbour in a demonstration of force and in "violation" of international law. Long-suffering South Koreans living near the border have been warned about the bizarre actions of their totalitarian neighbour.

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Irwin Mitchell Scotland staff have moved into Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie’s (WJM) Glasgow and Edinburgh offices following the firm’s strategic investment in WJM last year. In Glasgow, 13 Irwin Mitchell staff will now be based out of the Grade A office space at St Vincent Plaza.

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