The latest Scottish legal news from Drummond Miller
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 >
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 >
Justuce Scotland

Arbitration: an alternative way to resolve personal injury disputes?

What is arbitration? Arbitration is a private process for resolving disputes. Instead of taking a matter to court, parties can agree to refer their case to a neutral decision maker... Read More >

In sickness and in health

The recent case of SD v Graham’s Dairies Ltd [2016] CSOH 151 considered the question of who constitutes a ‘relative’ for the purposes of an award for services rendered to... Read More >

Litigation: The Right to Privacy

Earlier this year there was much publicity surrounding a case in England involving a high profile celebrity. It was called the “PJS” case, although these initials gave no clue as... Read More >
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Expenses and Funding of Civil Litigation Bill

The cost of litigation has long been recognised as a major barrier to justice. Firstly, parties need to think about how to pay their own legal fees (which is becoming... Read More >

Personal Injury team recommended by Legal 500 UK for 2016

Drummond Miller’s long-established and successful personal injury team has been recommended for another consecutive year for the legal services it provides to those claiming compensation for the injuries they have... Read More >
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Clinical Negligence team maintains Top Tier Ranking from Legal 500 UK for 2016

Our highly regarded and specialised team has again been recognised as one of the top tier providers of clinical negligence advice in Scotland. We specialise in pursuing claims and have... Read More >
Justuce Scotland

Judicial Review Update - What difference have the new rules made in Scotland?

In February of last year, I wrote an article about the changes that were to be made to the rules for bringing a Judicial Review in Scotland. These were scheduled... Read More >

Litigation: Blood is thicker than water… Or is it?

A Judge in the Outer House of the Court of Session has recently held that the biological siblings of an adopted person can have no title to sue, dismissing a... Read More >