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Livingstone Brown is a leading firm of Scottish solicitors. Based in Glasgow, but dealing with cases around the country, the firm has been at the forefront of legal service provision for over thirty years. Led by former senior partner Gerard Brown CBE, who continues as a consultant, the firm has built up an enviable reputation for quality of service and client care.

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Use Of Recovered Materials In The Scottish Courts After Whitehouse & Salmond

Stuart Munro, head of Criminal Litigation at Livingstone Brown, considers an important technical issue regarding evidence in the Scottish Courts...

Criminal Defence Use Of Recovered Materials In The Scottish Courts After Whitehouse & Salmond

Stuart Munro, head of Criminal Litigation at Livingstone Brown, considers an important technical issue regarding evidence in the Scottish Courts that has featured in a number of recent high profile cases. For legal advice on any of the issues raised, contact our Criminal Litigation Solicitors in Scotland on 0141 429 8166 or complete...

Employment

Uber has been definitively told that it can no longer treat taxi drivers who they offer fares to ‘self-employed.’ Britain’s highest court has...

Employment Five million could benefit from victory by Uber drivers in Supreme Court

Uber has been definitively told that it can no longer treat taxi drivers who they offer fares to ‘self-employed.’ Britain’s highest court has unanimously dismissed the company’s final appeal against earlier court rulings that their drivers were entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay. The company had been able to rely on decades-long...

Criminal Defence

The Life of a Criminal Trainee

Before coming into the legal profession and undertaking various work placements I was often asked which area of law I would like to practice in....

Criminal Defence The Life of a Criminal Trainee

Before coming into the legal profession and undertaking various work placements I was often asked which area of law I would like to practice in. When replying with ‘criminal law’ the advice normally given by practitioners within criminal law was ‘oh don’t do that’ or ‘there’s no money in that’. That turned out to have more than an element of...