The latest Scottish legal news from Drummond Miller
Separation in Scotland

Separation in Scotland

What happens when you separate from your spouse in Scotland and there are financial matters to be resolved? In this article, I will broadly explore and explain the process which... Read More >
End of life decisions

End-of-Life Decisions: Court applications required or not? Use of Advance Medical Directives?

The Supreme Court has recently ruled that it will now be easier for medical staff to withdraw food and liquid from patients who are in a permanent vegetative state (PVS),... Read More >
DM Bake Off

Drummond Miller Bake Off for MacMillan Cancer Support

The firm were once again delighted to fundraise for MacMillan Cancer Support by hosting the annual Coffee Morning and Bake Off in the Edinburgh office. Aprons were donned and scales... Read More >
Child Protection

The Threshold Test for a Permanence Order -The City of Edinburgh Council v GD [2018] CSIH 52

Part 2 of the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007 (“the Act”) concerns the making of “permanence orders” whereby parental rights and responsibilities are vested in a local authority and... Read More >
Bathgate Procession

Drummond Miller Celebrate Bathgate Procession

Drummond Miller LLP hope all of our clients, existing and new, had a fantastic time at the Bathgate Procession and John Newlands Parade earlier this summer. Our staff from our... Read More >

We're all going on a summer holiday - or are we?

As the return to school beckons, many people start to think about their next chance to enjoy some rest and relaxation. Every year, millions of us pack our bags and... Read More >
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Extended Family Members and Surinder Singh (Banger v. UK)

The thorny question of what rights extended family members have under EU Law (relying on the legal principles in Surinder Singh) has been ruled on in the European Court of... Read More >
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Retained Right of Residence for Former Partners of EEA Nationals

For the purposes of this blog, we intend to address a recent development in the case law in relation to retained rights of residence for former spouses or civil partners... Read More >
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Tier 2 Restricted Certificates of Sponsorship – Rules to be relaxed?

Limitations of the Tier 2 system There is currently an annual cap of 20,700 Tier 2 General visas. Until recently there had only been ahandful of times that the monthly... Read More >
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Immigration Officers Complying with PACE Requirements - A Double Edged Sword?

The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) is a piece of legislation which governs the powers of police officers and also provides codes of practice. This blog looks at... Read More >