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Morrisons held liable for employee's criminal data breach

Court of Appeal opens door to thousands of compensation claims

Human rights actions risk US-UK military relations, General warns

David Petraeus claims legal cases having "chilling effect" on armed forces

Child's convention claim saved from time bar by "suspension" provision

Supreme Court dismisses vessel operators' appeal in diver's death case

Time bar upheld where solicitors failed to deal with service issues

Pursuer would not suffer serious prejudice seeking alternative remedy

"Same roof" rule to go in criminal injuries compensation review

Ministers seek to improve position of child abuse and terror victims

Faculty welcomes bill bringing damages reforms

Periodical payments power "long overdue"

Judge allows asbestos claim against employer's discharged executor

Case law supports action to establish claim against estate

Scots law governs claim though asbestosis developed in England, judges rule

Place of delict remained place of deceased's work

Proof allowed in ex-fiscal's claim based on work stress

Judge rejects Lord Advocate's attempt to have case dismissed

Asbestos case win for family of wife affected by husband's clothing

Judge holds employers ought reasonably to have foreseen injury risk

Householders succeed in claim for Japanese knotweed encroachment

Court of Appeal upholds decision against Network Rail

Damages Bill introduced to regulate personal injury discount rate

Holyrood measure will require review every three years