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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 13 May 2019

Unlawful acts caused by negligent professional advice

Ex turpi causa means you can’t benefit from your own unlawful act - but what if you claim you only committed an offence, or were sanctioned by a


Clyde & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 10 May 2019

Young v Royal and Sun Alliance Plc: Disclosure Under the Insurance Act 2015

The insured sought an indemnity under its policy following a fire at its premises. The insurer alleged that it was entitled to avoid the policy on


Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Apr 2019

The voice of a child in court proceedings

In any court action which considers children, it is recognised that an important part of the proceedings is to determine the views of the child. The


Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Mar 2019

Taylor v Scottish Ministers

The Court of Session has recently issued a decision in relation to a statutory appeal made against the decision of a Reporter. The decision


Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Mar 2019

Alternative dispute resolution

At Brodies we understand when litigation is the best option for our clients but also where their interests are best served by dispute resolution


Paul Weiss | USA, United Kingdom, European Union | 18 Mar 2019

Brexit Lexicon: Update

As an aid to those trying to keep track of the moving pieces in Britain and across the Channel as the Brexit saga continues, we set out in this


Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Feb 2019

Protective Expenses Orders in Scotland

A protective expenses order (PEO) is an order which regulates the scope of a party’s liability in expenses in certain types of environmental


Charles Russell Speechlys LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Feb 2019

Don’t delay in documenting your disruption: court considers IT sourcing disputes and relief notices

The Court of Session in Edinburgh recently considered a dispute between an IT contractor supplying services to the Edinburgh City Council and its


Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados | United Kingdom, European Union | 11 Feb 2019

Brexit: an (ir)reversible decision?

Since the British Parliament rejected on January 15 the withdrawal agreement negotiated for almost two years between the government of Prime Minister


Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 31 Jan 2019

Material considerations - change in housing land supply

In the Grahams Dairy case, the Scottish Ministers took 1 year to decide to follow the recommendation from the reporter to dismiss the appeal against

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