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Exemptions not established over request for number of covert sources

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Bill to repeal "flawed" Offensive Behaviour at Football law introduced

Member's bill challenges Scottish Government's controversial Act

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Glasgow associate appointment for Turcan Connell

Stuart Gibb joins from Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie

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MSPs ask whether bill takes right approach

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Solicitor put forward as next Information Commissioner

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UK Supreme Court

Court of the nations

Interview

Second time around

Equality

Humani nihil alienum: a call to equality

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Court of the nations

As the UK Supreme Court comes to Edinburgh to hear Scottish appeals, Lord Reed JSC speaks to the Journal about what has changed at the final appellate court since the days of the House of Lords

Second time around

HBJ Gateley is now Addleshaw Goddard. But what happened to its previous alliance? The Journal talked to senior partner Malcolm McPherson about cross-border mergers, the market, and business planning

Humani nihil alienum: a call to equality

The Lord Justice Clerk's address to the “Equality Means Business” conference sets out the equality challenges still facing the solicitors' profession, and the importance of equality to its role in society

Sheriff commercial procedure: count 10

Is the sheriff court commercial procedure being used for as many actions as it could? A sheriff suggests 10 advantages to solicitors yet to adopt it

Taking a pay cut: fair to refuse?

Is it unfair to require an employee to accept a pay reduction when a business faces trading difficulties? Advice on the proper approach to this recurring issue, having regard to the case law

Fine to park here?

The popular belief that private parking schemes are unenforceable in Scotland has been hit by two recent cases. The author surveys the current position, which may require legislative intervention

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