A look at what the political declaration on the framework for the future relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom means for solicitors
In the first appeal of its kind in Scotland, the Inner House has upheld a tribunal's decision that there were exceptional circumstances not to suspend a doctor guilty of sexually motivated misconduct
After a lengthy struggle, it seems the UK is about to have a surrogacy law that is non-discriminatory as regards an applicant parent's relationship status. This article describes the journey
The Court of Appeal has clarified the law in England & Wales on payments in the construction industry, but is Scottish authority consistent with the decision?
A householder whose title was affected by an error in the updating of the Ordnance Survey map, describes his experience in seeking to have it corrected