Litigation: Criminal Injuries Compensation

If you have been the victim of a crime which has resulted in a physical or mental injury, you are entitled to make a claim to what is called the... Read More >

Family Law: Drummond Miller Family Law Team welcome new member

We are pleased to welcome a new solicitor to the Drummond Miller Family Law Team, bringing to 9 the number of qualified solicitors in the firm practising Family Law. Amerdeep... Read More >

Litigation: Kennedy v Cordia LLP – A Brave New World or Simply Business as Usual?

On 10 February 2016, the Supreme Court handed down what is being described as a landmark opinion, resulting from an appeal by the Pursuer in a Scottish personal injury case... Read More >

Immigration: New A2 English language requirement under the family route from October 2016

The UK Government has recently announced that there will be a new English language requirement for those applying for a visa extension application under the family route as a non-EEA... Read More >

Litigation: Time Bars in Litigation – For Whom the Bell Tolls

In July 2015, we considered two cases where the court had been unsympathetic to Pursuers attempting to challenge a time-bar defence - /news/2015/07/litigation-time-bars-in-litigation-is-the-current-system-fair This area of the law has recently... Read More >

Litigation: Bereavement Damages in the UK – a Postcode Lottery

In Scotland, the compensation which is payable to relatives for the loss of a loved one as the result of the fault and negligence of another is governed by the... Read More >

Family Law: What’s Love Got To Do With It? – Prenuptial Agreements

Many people will have been reading recently that Cheryl Fernandez-Versini (formerly Cheryl Cole) is allegedly set to divorce her second husband, Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini after 18 months of marriage. What has... Read More >

2015: A YEAR IN REVIEW

The New Year brings an opportunity to review the past as well as to look forward to the future. 2015 was a year of change, with the implementation of long... Read More >

Immigration: Curtailment of Leave to Remain: Powers begin to bite

Following the amendment of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002, Section 82, by the Immigration Act 2014, the available Grounds of Appeal; and the appealable decisions were significantly reduced.... Read More >