The latest Scottish legal news from Drummond Miller
Civil liability for a criminal harm?

Civil liability for a criminal harm?

In a determination passed down by Sheriff K. J. Campbell QC in December 2021, and published in January 2022, the Scottish National Personal Injury Court has ordered the defender in... Read More >
Riddell v Arcus Solutions

Riddell v Arcus Solutions

The recent decision of Riddell v Arcus Solutions (Holdings) Ltd from the specialist All Scotland Sheriff Personal Injury Court serves as a timely reminder of why it is important to... Read More >
Redress Scotland

Redress Scotland

The Scottish Government’s Redress for Survivors of Abuse Compensation Scheme (“Redress”) has now opened for applications. Read More >
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Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry

Lady Smith, Chairwoman of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry, finds abuse to have occurred at the hands of the Marist Brothers at St. Columba’s College, Largs, and St. Joseph’s College,... Read More >
Proceed…with Extreme Prejudice

A v XY Ltd - Proceed…with Extreme Prejudice

Outer House of Court of Session rules on application of the substantial prejudice “safe guard” under section 17D of the Limitation (Childhood Abuse) (Scotland) Act 2017 in historic child abuse... Read More >
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Drummond Miller once again listed as Top Tier firm in The Legal 500 United Kingdom Solicitors 2021 edition

Drummond Miller is delighted to announce that it has been recommended as a TOP-TIER FIRM in 2 practice areas as well as having 4 solicitors indiviudally named for their standout... Read More >
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English Court Interprets Scottish Limitation Laws: JXJ –v- The De La Salle Brothers

Introduction It is not often that an English Court rules on an Act of the Scottish Parliament, but the High Court of Justice has done just that in relation to... Read More >
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Transvaginal Mesh Fund - Applications to the Scottish Government Mesh Fund invited from 1 July 2020

The Scottish Government announced, in its 2020–2021 budget, that a £1 million fund has been created to support women who have been affected by transvaginal mesh complications. One-off payments of... Read More >
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Supreme Court absolves Barclays Bank of liability for Doctor’s Sex Attacks

The legal principle of vicarious liability has been the subject of several recent UK Supreme Court decisions. Historically, the rule provides that an employer is liable for the negligent acts... Read More >

Law Awards press release

Fresh off the press! The final nominations for The Herald Law Awards of Scotland 2019 have been revealed! We, at Drummond Miller LLP, are very pleased to announce that the... Read More >