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Brexit Cut Out

Information Day for EU Citizens

Drummond Miller is working with the EU Citizens Rights Project Scotland and is delivering expert advice on the Brexit process, and how it affects immigration Law – further details can... Read More >
Cohabitation An Overview

Cohabitation: An Overview

This year we are to witness not one, but two Royal weddings. Both at Windsor Castle and bothgarnering an increasing media interest and speculation as to the detail of the... Read More >
The Importance Of Accurate Pricing

The importance of accurate pricing

When it comes to achieving a quick and successful sale, accurate pricing is key. Time and time again, sellers and their agents have made the costly mistake of setting unrealistic... Read More >
How To Present A Property

How to present your property

When it comes to selling property, first impressions count. With the majority of buyers searching for property online, the decision on whether to view a property can be strongly influenced... Read More >
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BREXIT: Good News for EEA Nationals and their families who come to the UK during the implementation period

In this blog post, Jacqueline Moore, our Deputy Department Head looks at the main questions thathave been answered in the latest policy announcement. This policy announcement covers only EEA nationals... Read More >
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Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (VPRS) and Switching from Humanitarian Protection to Refugee Status

What is VPRS and who does it effect? The Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (VPRS) was a scheme launched in January 2014. The government and the UN High Commissioner for... Read More >
Litigation Scales

Health Board held not to be responsible for injuries caused to nurse by patient

A recent decision of the All-Scotland Personal Injury Sheriff Court - Louise Stark v Lothian NHS Board [2018] SC EDIN 7 – concerned a staff nurse (Ms Stark) employed by... Read More >
Sheriff Court Rules

Clinical negligence: another look at wrongful birth claims

The High Court in England has recently revisited the question of wrongful birth claims, and provides a helpful reminder about what can and cannot be claimed for. What is a... Read More >
Immigration Vanish

More Changes to the Immigration Rules

This month saw another round of changes introduced into the Immigration Rules. Some of these changes are minor and of a technical nature, other changes are more significant. In this... Read More >

Litigation: Court pours cold water on black ice slipping claim

The cold snap that we have been experiencing in the last few weeks has reminded me about a case ( Alan Cairns v Dundee City Council ) determined by the... Read More >