Litigation: Danny Wilson v City of Edinburgh Council

Currently, one of our more unusual cases is that of Danny Wilson who has raised an action for damages for defamation against the City of Edinburgh Council. There was a... Read More >

Immigration: Have you thought about the European angle?

The overhaul of the family migration rules in July 2012 has made it harder and harder to bring family members from outwith the EU to the UK. For many, it... Read More >

Litigation: The Wheels on the Bus …

The Court of Session has recently decided a case confirming that the wheels on a bus should most definitely not be going round and round until all passengers are safely... Read More >

Litigation: Civil Court Reforms

There has been much in the press of late - and it is well known amongst the profession - that a programme of reforms to the practice and procedures of... Read More >

Powers of Attorney 2.2.15

When preparing for the future, most people are aware of the importance of having a Will to ensure that their loved ones are provided for once they are gone. Many... Read More >

Trainee Recruitment 2016 – Applications Now Welcome

Applications are now invited for traineeships with Drummond Miller LLP, commencing in July 2016. (Our application process for 2015 traineeships is already closed). Whilst academic achievement is important, it is... Read More >

Family Law: The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014: The named person – a justified interference with family life?

The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 applies to all children and young people in Scotland. The Scottish Government has tried to strengthen the rights of children and young... Read More >

Litigation: The Court’s Power to Declare a Signed Document Void

There are many documents that once executed (signed) can only be declared void (legally known as "declarator and reduction") by an order from the Court of Session in Edinburgh -... Read More >

Employment: How is Holiday Pay Calculated?

Earlier this month, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) published their decision inBear Scotland v Fulton and others (Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton and another; Hertel (UK) Ltd v Wood and... Read More >

Immigration Law: What’s in store in 2015?

Jacqueline Moore, Deputy Head of Immigration Law and head of our Glasgow Immigration Team takes a look at the key issues likely to impact on immigration law this year. A... Read More >