Lindsay Urquhart Lindsay Urquhart discusses the consequences for companies of the ECJ's Safe Harbour ruling.
Alan Delaney Alan Delaney of Maclay, Murray & Spens LLP (MMS) writes on recent announcements about parental leave for grandparents.
Dr Cyrus Tata With the Scottish government consulting on an extension of the presumption against short prison sentences, Dr Cyrus Tata looks at the reasons behind the appeal of imprisonment.
Laura Irvine Laura Irvine writes on the importance of complying with the Data Protection Act 1998.
Pamela Stevenson Scottish government plans to remove the three-year limitation period for civil action in certain cases could be a slippery slope, writes Pamela Stevenson .
Cat MacLean Cat MacLean writes about a new scheme which aims to persuade Insolvency Practitioners to pursue claims for a company in liquidation or administration, against banks.
Brian Napier QC Brian Napier QC and Jonathan Mitchell QC discuss the possible implications of the future abolition of Employment Tribunal fees in Scotland.
Heather Nisbet Heather Nisbet discusses some basic contract elements for overage or price top up arrangements in property deals in the first half of her two-part blog which continues tomorrow.
Dr. Julie Nixon Dr. Julie Nixon, solicitor at MBM Commercial writes about recent changes to UK consumer law.
Blog: The Glasgow bin lorry crash: why we need greater transparency in prosecutorial decision-making
By Professor James Chalmers The previous two days of the Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) currently taking place in Glasgow Sheriff Court must have been at least frustrating and often deeply distressing for everyone involved.
Megan Briggs A new EU directive is set to change the law around trade secrets, Megan Briggs explains.
Lorna Davis Following the decision of the EAT in Scotland's first social media misconduct case, Lorna Davis discusses the guidelines that can be drawn from the emerging caselaw.
Heather Pearson Last week’s media coverage of rising house costs and predictions of a growing private rental sector has again brought the issue of Scotland’s housing needs into focus. But while public perception traditionally favours home ownership, a stronger private rental sector will benefit
David Armstrong David Armstrong discusses the claims arising from accidents involving buses and how technology might be used to avoid such tragedies in the future.
Michael McDougall Michael McDougall says licensing law must keep pace with developments in the provision of taxi services.