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Rona Dennison discusses brand development and protection in Scotland’s food and drink sector. After the historic year of 2014, the appetite for Scotland’s food and drink brands shows no sign of being satisfied in the coming 12 months. Our food and drink sector relished the opportunity to showcas

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Michael Sheridan discusses the use of the Bible as a source of law in our system. The horrific and random consequences of the tragic bin lorry accident in Glasgow might challenge the existence of a loving and just Deity. Further, the massacre in Paris carried out in the name of religion might inclin

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As consultations on land reform draw to an end Robert Scott-Dempster (pictured) discusses how any new measures must comply with the ECHR. Whilst it may feel to the average land owner that there is an inexorable wave of land reform coming in their direction it should not be forgotten that theEuropean

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David Morgan (pictured) discusses the ECJ’s interpretation of “establishment” in respect of collective redundancy in a case involving defunct retailer Woolworths. The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union has delivered his opinion in the hotly anticipated and widely re

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Simon Boyle Simon Boyle outlines an argument against developing more wind farms in the Highlands.

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Alan Delaney (pictured) discusses the importance of clear social media guidelines for employees following a recent EAT decision. The debate surrounding freedom of expression has perhaps never been more high profile. But the role of Twitter and its social media peers is by no means limited to the big

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Trainee solicitor John Morgan (pictured) discusses his experiences in his banking seat. Any time I meet up with friends, I’m always met with the sympathetic look and tilt of the head as they ask: “So, how are you coping in banking?”

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In this blog Norman Dalgleish discusses strategies for saving and the benefits of the new pension rules. Following the recent reforms of pension rules, which overall are highly beneficial to savers, the question has arisen as to whether people should be putting more money into their pension and shou

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Shona Frame (pictured) discusses the recent English case of Eurocom Ltd v Siemens and fraudulent misrepresentation in the appointment of of an adjudicator by a nominating body. A dispute arose between the parties regarding the installation of communications systems at Charing Cross and Embankment u

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Stephen Wright (pictured) discusses the recent clarification by the Inner House, in a Special Case, of uncertainty surrounding the validity of a very large number of continuing powers of attorney. In W, 2014 SLT (Sh Ct) 83, Sheriff Bairdopined that a deed which appointed a named individual “to be

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