Blogs & opinions
Obtaining sanction for particular work “misconceived”
Party dancing and religious promotion unconnected with employers
Breach of duty of care necessary for it to apply
Driver in front found at fault for unexpected stop
Defender alone had to be aware of cause of accident
In the latest in our series of platinum anniversary blogs, Scottish solicitor at the Crofting Commission and Rural Affairs Sub-committee member, David Findlay looks at the introduction of a new phase of crofting law and a new Crofting Commission.
The underlying reasons for stress in the profession, and the need to tackle them
Staff wellbeing in legal firms has to become a matter of culture, with supporting mechanisms in place
In the latest in our series of platinum anniversary blogs, Senior Solicitor at Renfrewshire Council and member of our Privacy Law Sub-committee, Mark Conroy, argues that freedom of information legislation has changed the landscape in Scotland and brought about more transparency and honesty.
Ken Dalling offers some thoughts to mark the day of the general increase
In the latest in our series of platinum anniversary blogs, Scottish solicitor and chartered trade mark attorney Caroline Pigott looks at how IP has changed over the years