The Indian Supreme Court decision annulling a talaq divorce shows the importance of looking into foreign orders sought to be founded on in Scotland
Extended version of the intellectual property briefing on the UK Supreme Court decision in Actavis UK v Eli Lilly: when does a variant on a patented item infringe that patent?
A solicitor airs his concerns over two matters of practice at Registers of Scotland which, he believes, have the potential to cause serious difficulty for clients
Employees with adult ADHD may be very able but also pose issues for their management that if not properly handled may in some cases risk a disability claim
This month's selection of leisure reading, chosen by the Journal's book review editor
In this issue
- Talaq and the growing challenge of overseas divorces
- Too close to the wind? (1)
- The Land Register: two ticking timebombs
- Adult ADHD: a performance management issue
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Sandra McDonald
- Book reviews
- President's column
- ScotLIS enters user test phase
- People on the move
- Priced out of justice
- The residence nil rate band – are your clients affected?
- State aid outside the EU
- IP actions at the Court of Session
- Give me liberty or give me a welfare attorney
- Personal injury trusts and professional trustees
- How to protect your firm and your clients from email fraud
- Court to child: a different approach
- Who can appeal a contempt ruling?
- Moveable property: reform at last?
- Too close to the wind?
- Limited partnerships and the PSC register
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Recent changes to the PSG offer to sell
- Assigned standard securities
- On our own feet
- OPG tackles rising demand for PoAs
- Law reform roundup
- PI court timetable amended
- Reception greets Accredited Paralegal scheme
- Making paper history
- Your Law Society of Scotland Council members
- Master Policy renewal: it's easy online
- Ask Ash
- AML risks and company services
- Thinking of getting engaged?
- Q&A corner