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The Supreme Court has revisited the principles in determining actionable loss from professional negligence. The rulings will prove helpful – and underline the importance of terms of business
Special arrangements during COVID for allowing hospitality facilities outdoors have added to, rather than created, contentious issues in this area of licensing law. The author tracks the developments
Children in care have gained new statutory rights designed to keep siblings together and connected. This article explains how these came about, and the impact of bringing an appropriate test case
Two recent cases in the Court of Session illustrate the issues that can arise between executors, and the high threshold for a successful petition for removal
Negotiated proposals for interim reforms to the legal complaints system have not been met with general support on consultation: while many are to be welcomed, others give rise to serious concernsAndrew Stevenson is secretary to the Scottish Law Agents’ Society