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Sheriff courts restarting, but not "business as usual"

Parties can apply to restart cases that can be progressed remotely

Courts confirm further steps towards resuming business

Civil appeal hearings rescheduled and sheriff court announcement due today

Former judges call for "breathing space" to avoid litigation rush

Warning of international tribunals being overwhelmed by commercial cases

SCTS moves to restart some civil sheriff court cases

Cases that can be progressed digitally will be able to resume

Court reports successful first virtual hearing

Judgment reserved in Campbell v Dugdale defamation appeal

Judicial review against MOD given leave despite delay

Wind farm developer seeks to challenge policy on noise interference

Personal injury lawyers call for cases to restart

"No reason" not to process remotely when most settle without proof

Details given of first Court of Session remote hearings

Four appeal hearings to take place next week by virtual court

Vice Dean welcomes progress on digital civil business

Outer House procedural work to resume, as well as appeal hearings

Commissary cases excluded from digital court changes

Lord President issues direction pending further investigative work

Further digital business coming, SCTS promises

Outer House and sheriff court digital capability being addressed

Faculty voices dismay at lack of remote hearings

Vice Dean's letter warns of financial and reputational consequences