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GDPR Countdown Week 4 : Subject Access Requests

As we edge nearer to GDPR deadline day, this week we discuss Subject Access Requests and how changes will affect you going forward

Should income be shared on divorce?

The Court of Appeal's recent decision in Waggott v Waggott has generated substantial media coverage as it reconsiders the principles of spousal…

Meera Shinh
Meera Shinh Solicitor

What is a package or unit for limitation purposes under Hague Visby Rules?

The “Maersk Tangier”: (1) AP Moller-Maersk A/S trading as Maersk Line v. Kyokuyo Limited [2018] EWCA Civ. 778 (Court of Appeal)

Michael Burns
Mike Burns Partner

No fundamental dishonesty but pursuer’s “lack of candour” lands him with expenses

The Inner House of the Court of Session has held that, while a pursuer’s claim for personal injuries had been exaggerated, it was not appropriate to…

Seonaid Busby
Seonaid Busby Partner

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