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Scottish Duty of Candour Regulations to come into force on 1 April 2018

Organisations are also under a statutory duty to ensure that employees receive relevant training on the duty of candour


Litigation privilege

As a general rule, a party to whom a document has been disclosed should be entitled to inspect that document. Any party resisting that inspection…

Chris Doran
Chris Doran Partner


Court of Appeal case may shed light on future asbestos exposure cases

This case will be referred to determine the issue of liability in light of the guidance provided by the Court of Appeal. There appears to be a clear…

Graham Dean
Graham Dean Partner


Civil Litigation Bill passed through Stage One of the Scottish Parliamentary process

The Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Bill which focuses on payments by clients to their own solicitor and expenses in…

Seonaid Busby
Seonaid Busby Partner


InView - Winter 2018

Welcome to a the latest edition of InView, which focuses on the highly topical area of risk management and the digital revolution.

Bavita Rai
Bavita Rai Partner


The European Commission’s stark warning to the Insurance Industry

The European Commission has issued eight separate Notices about the legal and practical implications of Brexit for the UK, to include a Notice (“the…

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Principal Associate


Weightmans welcomes legal duo in London

Two new Partners for Weightmans as firm keeps up fast pace of high level recruitment

Kieran Jones
Kieran Jones Partner


Claimant’s damned lies in respect of vehicle repair and credit hire claim result in prison sentence

It is said that sequels are rarely better than the originals on which they are based, and it is true that the county court decision in John Vernon v…

Jeff Turton
Jeff Turton Principal Associate

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