Property blog 29.5.13

A recent article appeared in a local East Lothian newspaper stating that despite an increase in house sales across Scotland the East Lothian market was continuing to struggle. Figures taken... Read More >

Immigration Blog JM 28.5.13

Young children can and do ask difficult questions. This question is going to be a minefield for parents to deal with due to new laws introduced last month which prevent... Read More >

Immigration blog SJ 27.5.13

The UKBA have made important changes to their criteria for assessing legal residence in the UK. The changes will be beneficial not simply to long residence applicants (to whom it... Read More >

Property blog 14.5.2013 KW

Estate Agents, gyms and low-cost airlines are among businesses that could be taken to court under proposals recommending law reform. The Scottish Law Commission and other bodies have said British... Read More >

Decision expected in birth damage claim

MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE - DECISION EXPECTED IN BIRTH DAMAGE CLAIM LATER THIS YEAR Our clinical negligence team currently awaits a decision from the court in relation to allegations of negligence made... Read More >

Immigration blog SH 16.4.13

The UK Border Agency has announced that there will be changes to the knowledge of life and language in the UK requirements for those who are applying for settlement (indefinite... Read More >

Corporate INTL award 11.4.13

Drummond Miller has been named the winner of 'Clinical Negligence Law Firm of the Year in Scotland' in the 2013 Corporate Intl Magazine Legal Awards. "The awards commemorate those who... Read More >

Immigration blog SMM 8.4.13

The UKBA has been heavily criticised at all levels. John Vine's recent report has also been scathing of the UKBA. It just can't seem to get anything right! It has... Read More >

Immigration blog SMM 5.4.13

The case of KA Afghanistan was a positive piece of legal reasoning by the Judges of the Court of Appeal in England in favour of unaccompanied minors. It brought the... Read More >

Immigration blog HN 27.3.13

In a long overdue Determination in Rodriguez (Flexibility Policy) [2013] UKUT 00042 (IAC), the Upper Tribunal (presided over by Mr. Justice McCloskey and Upper Tribunal Judge Spencer) promulgated that the... Read More >