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  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…

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’…

Often, the prospect of losing a driving licence can be a greater concern for people than the fine that usually accompanies it. We rely on our vehicles for a multitude of reasons, from family to business, and that reliance is conditional on being in possession of a driving licence. Following a…

 A section 38 offence, essentially a breach of the peace, is one of the most common offences that people are charged with by Police Scotland. For someone to be found guilty of this offence they must have: a) Behaved in a threatening or abusive manner, b) That behaviour must have…

  With lockdown in place again for the majority of Scotland, it is important to know how the rules deal with the situation of separated parents who have contact arrangements in place to let the child see both parents. For those whose cases have gone to court, it is also…

A law firm in Glasgow has raised a staggering £13,344 after taking part in a charity will-writing scheme for the last 10 years. Livingstone Brown, which takes part in the annual Will Aid campaign, has written more than 250 wills for people in exchange for a voluntary donation since it…

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