Caroline Maguire Caroline Maguire , employment legal adviser at Law Centre (NI), writes for our sister publication Irish Legal News on access to justice for victims of labour exploitation in the wake of an important UKSC decision.
David Flint David Flint considers the potential consequences of Brexit on competition law.
David Hoey A recent survey by the TUC has highlighted that sexual harassment at work can, in some sectors, be prevalent, writes David Hoey.
Richard McMeeken Richard McMeeken provides an update on an important commercial law decision in the Supreme Court case of Bailey and another v Angove's PTY Limited.
Craig Neilson Keeping track of decisions being taken will be crucial under the SMCR, writes Craig Neilson.
Richard Farndale Given the uncertainty of Brexit, arbitration could provide an opportunity for managing the risk of disputes with greater predictability and control. It should certainly be considered and weighed up at the time you enter into a new contractual relationship, writes Richard Farndale.
Cat Maclean In a talk given to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking at Westminster, Cat Maclean discusses the issue of companies left powerless after their debt has been transferred to vulture funds.
Willie McIntyre We all know that there is a presumption against the imposition of prison sentences, but these days it’s difficult for solicitors, never mind their clients, to access the jail.
Douglas McGregor Douglas McGregor writes about the Insurance Act 2015 which is due to come into force next month.
Alan McIntosh Alan McIntosh of Govan Law Centre writes about the different ways PPI claims and protected trust deeds are dealt with in court.
Gavin McEwan of Turcan Connell writes about the changes charities will see after Brexit. Charity law and regulation are matters which have remained largely within the control of the UK and Scottish parliaments, with little interference from Europe. As a result, there are no major upsets on the legal
Mark Hastings Within the evolving legal landscape of personal injury, lies a piece of legislation to which pursuers’ firms are becoming more alive when considering the merits of an injured party’s claim, particularly in the pre-litigation stage, writes Mark Hastings.
Michael Kelly In the first of a series of blogs for The Scotsman, MacRoberts' partner Michael Kelly charts the collapse of his father’s business just before the financial crisis and how he and his brothers helped it emerge from this “dark period” with a “brutally challenging” first three y
Hazel Coutts Hazel Coutts provides an update on new immigration legislation.
Kate Hodgkiss New rules coming in 2018 will require offices to make massive changes, says Kate Hodgkiss.