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Covert recordings made by the claimant of medico legal examinations were deemed "reprehensible" but "relevant and probative" in the context of a "question mark" raised over the neuropsychological…Read more
Andrew Lothian and Caroline Coyle take a look at the Supreme Court decision of Kennedy (Appellant) v Cordia (Services) LLP (Respondent) (Scotland)  UKSC 6 and its implications for employers and…Read more
Experts disagree on the extent of a solicitor’s duty of care when instructed by a client to draft a will. Sheriff O’Grady notes that he is bound by the approach set down in Hannigan v Lanarkshire…Read more
The Court of Appeal handed down judgment today in the case of Horner v Norman, dismissing the claimant's appeal. Peter Blake, who acted for the defendant looks at the judgment.Read more