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The prorogation of the UK Parliament: CMS to live blog from the UK Supreme Court on Tuesday 17 September 2019

United Kingdom, European Union - September 16 2019 Widely dubbed the constitutional case of the century, on Tuesday 17 September 2019 the UK Supreme Court will hear three appeals - one from each of...

Kenneth Rose, Stephen Phillips, Dan Tench.

No pictures, please: Scotland v England as a forum for defamation cases

United Kingdom - June 13 2019 The Court of Appeal in England & Wales has handed down its judgment in the matter of Howard Kennedy v The National Trust for Scotland 2019 EWCA Civ...

Dan Tench, Joanna Clark, Graeme MacLeod.

The Bribery Act 2010 in Scotland: where are we now?

United Kingdom - June 6 2019 Described earlier this year by the House of Lords Select Committee as having created “an international gold standard for anti-bribery and corruption...

Colin Hutton, Joanna Clark, Graeme MacLeod.

Say what? The Scottish Government consults on reform to the Scots law of defamation

United Kingdom - April 2 2019 The Scottish Government is currently consulting on reforms to the Scots law of defamation, the area of law which aims to protect individual and...

Dan Tench, Graeme MacLeod.

The legal challenge to proroguing Parliament: What is happening in the Scottish Courts?

United Kingdom, European Union - February 9 2019 The Court of Session in Edinburgh was in the headlines last week, as an urgent application for interim orders was brought in the court on Thursday 29...

Colin Hutton, Kenneth Rose, Stephen Phillips.