The extended version of this month's article on the new court rules covering pursuers' offers in personal injury actions, including advice on tactical considerations
Now that article 50 has been triggered, what is the effect in law? This contribution considers its further provisions, including the inbuilt uncertainties over timing
An OECD report has recommended that Scotland introduce US-style deferred prosecution agreements, but are they right for our jurisdiction?
As required by statute, Scottish ministers have carried out a review of the small landholdings legislation – a good piece of work, according to this review of the background and the options
The white paper ahead of the “Great Repeal Bill” offers to bring “certainty” and “clarity” to the law, but commentators point to major doubts beneath the surface. We offer an overview
In this issue
- Pursuers' offers: proceed with care (1)
- Article 50: today, tomorrow and the two-year myth
- Tackling bribery: follow the US?
- Small holdings, big complexities
- Brexit: white paper, muddy waters
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Caroline Kelly
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Land Register applications – the inside view
- People on the move
- Help on our shores
- The importance of thinking differently
- A new crime scene
- Embarking on the UK-EU negotiations
- Pursuers' offers: proceed with care
- From discount to premium
- The law, standing accused
- Equality – the global agenda
- The Discount Rate – what next?
- It's not over until it's over!
- Sheriff and jury – the big changeover
- Rates? Sorry, can’t help you there
- Looking beyond the U-turn
- Planning gain all round?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Nil rate IHT and the family home
- Voice of experience
- Quality Assurance Criteria amended
- Law reform roundup
- Ask Ash
- All change in the PRS
- I think you would like this
- Master Policy – what will be different?
- Scottish Arbitration Survey: please help
- Q & A corner: client due diligence at a distance
- Cybersecurity demystified
- Confidentiality and third-party complaints
- 1,000 student associates!