Income plummets by 24% as BSB regulates smaller than expected number of ...
The Bar Standards Board has reported that its annual income is expected to plummet by almost a quarter by the end of this financial year.
High Court judge castigates senior property partner “who cut corners all...
A High Court judge has launched an extraordinary attack on a senior property partner, saying that although he was “on the whole” an honest w
IOCCO confirms Police Scotland illegally accessed phone records of journ...
A government regulator has confirmed Police Scotland illegally accessed phone records to determine journalistic sources. The police, who obt
UK government not required to investigate 1948 British army massacre of ...
The UK government is not required to hold an inquiry into the killing of 24 Malayan villagers in 1948 by a British army patrol, despite the
Harper Macleod advises owners of Powerhouse Fitness on sale to German co...
Harper Macleod has advised the shareholders ofPowerhouse Fitness on its sale to German firm Sport-Tiedje. Powerhouse Fitness is the trading
SLCC guides bring clarity to consumers on wills and executries - Scottis...
As Will Aid month comes to an end, the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) has released two new guides for consumers – on making a w
Graeme Bissett joins Anderson Strathern’s Board - Scottish Legal News
Anderson Strathern has appointed Graeme Bissett to its board as a non-executive director. The experienced portfolio director and corporate f
‘Punchy’ debut for deferred prosecution agreements
The first ‘plea deal’ secured by the Serious Fraud Office will be formally agreed on Monday.
‘Gratuitously rude’ judge stays in post after conduct probe
HHJ Dodds found guilty of ‘serious misconduct’ in three cases and issued with reprimand.
Thousands sign petition opposing George Osborne’s PI plans
Petition says changes to the small claims limit will lead to job losses across the sector.
RBS and HSF criticised after shareholder battle delayed
A High Court judge described the disclosure process as ‘diffuse’ and ‘unfocused’.
Partners fined for ‘crass’ sexual emails about female colleague
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal says trio ‘should have known better’.
Solicitors ‘should explain choice of advocate’, says bar
Bar Council says litigators could be made to sign a declaration form as part of government proposals to enhance the quality of criminal advo
Spending review: apprenticeship levy to hit law firms
Levy of 0.5% on businesses with wage bills of over £3m could be ‘significant burden’.
PI firms reeling after Osborne’s shock announcement
Market value of Australia-listed pioneer Slater and Gordon halves overnight.