Anderson Strathern Legal Updates
The Court of Session has recently held that it did not have jurisdiction to order TripAdvisor to release information about the identity of reviewers.
In their recently published report, the Law Commission have recommended that the protection against groundless threats should remain, but have recommended a number of changes to the current law.
We look at the tax issues that may arise when a marriage or civil partnership breaks down.
Following an enquiry into land reform in Scotland, the Scottish Affairs Committee has recently published their interim report.
As the end of this tax year approaches, we look at some important tax issues that may be helpful when you are reviewing your financial affairs.
We summarise recent Court of Session decisions dealing with Scottish road traffic law, particularly with regard to accidents involving pedestrians and awards of damages in fatal claims.
The Agricultural Holdings Legislation Review Group have held their first few meetings and will now go on to develop proposals for bridging the gaps through revision of legislation and Government policy.
The Government has now laid the final Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 2003 Remedial Order 2014 before Parliament for its approval. Aside from several cosmetic issues, it is unchanged from the consultation draft.
Salvage Value: Court of Appeal decision heralds new approach to recovery of rent claims by creditor landlords against commercial tenants in administration
The Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill heralds the beginning of the implementation of many of the recommendations made by Lord Gill in his wide-ranging review of the Scottish Civil Court system in 2009.