Nesreen Osman

MacRoberts LLP


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Did you predict a riot?

United Kingdom - August 16 2011 The recent riots in England have undoubtedly got many thinking about who will pay for the millions of pounds worth of damage that has been caused.

Julie Hamilton

Split decisions could be an adjudicators' best option

United Kingdom - October 12 2010 A recent case in the Technology and Construction Court has decided that an adjudicator's decision made partly without jurisdiction rendered the whole decision unenforceable.

David Arnott

Carbon budget heralds good news for energy sector

United Kingdom - April 23 2009 The proposed 50% income tax rate may be grabbing all the headlines but the energy and renewables sector fared better than most in yesterday's Budget.

Ainsley MacLaren

New rules on arrestments

United Kingdom - April 17 2009 The 22nd of April 2009 brings in significant changes to rules relating to arrestment and actions of furthcoming.

Julie Hamilton

Upcoming major changes to inhibition procedure

United Kingdom - April 9 2009 On 22nd April 2009, some significant changes to debt recovery legislation are due to come into force, affecting the procedures relating to inhibitions in Scotland.

Julie Hamilton