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Court of Session Outer House to pilot virtual hearings

Plan to enable regular videoconference hearings from 1 June

BTO extends Settify tool to wills work

Family law AI tool adapted for wills and related services

Inverness hearing will be first virtual sheriff court

Commercial case will test new video platform

Court reports successful first virtual hearing

Judgment reserved in Campbell v Dugdale defamation appeal

Warning over scam emails around Job Retention Scheme

Criminals attempting to prey on businesses as online service goes live

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

Remote Courts Worldwide set up to support new services

Global initiative to help public court services cope with coronavirus

Phishing emails prey on coronavirus fears

New range of scams to obtain email or financial details

Facial recognition tech not fit for police use, MSPs report

Committee calls for proper legal regulation of use

Safety first the rule for driverless buses: Faculty

Consultation response flags twin aspects of passenger safety

Which bodies should share debt and fraud data? Ministers consult

Scottish authorities to be named for Digital Economy Act powers