Category Archives: Scottish Courts

A flying visit to Edinburgh

The spate of blog posts last week-end was a clearing of the decks in the knowledge that I would not have much writing time for a bit. The Edinburgh trip which is the subject of this post is being followed … Continue reading

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Orange Rag: Scottish Civil Costs Review – a missed opportunity

John Craske, Head of Business IT at Dundas & Wilson LLP has contributed a guest article to the Orange Rag which hints at disappointment in the Scottish Civil Courts Review. I wrote briefly about the Report of the Scottish Civil … Continue reading

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Scottish Civil Courts Review

One of my aims this evening was to knock out a few words on those parts of the newly-published Report of the Scottish Civil Courts Review as relate to case management and disclosure of documents, before moving on to one … Continue reading

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