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  We are delighted to announce that Livingstone Brown have achieved a ranking of Band 1 Firm for Crime for the recent Chambers UK 2024 Guide. Both Paul Mullen and Managing Director, Stuart Munro, received a Band 1 ranking for Crime in the Lawyer Rankings. Stuart Munro has also achieved…

Susan Sinclair, now 58, was previously a sub-postmaster in north east Scotland. She was accused of embezzling a sum of money on the basis of a report from the Horizon computer system. She denied the charge, but was convicted after trial in 2004. A community order was imposed. Following an…

  We are truly thrilled to announce that Livingstone Brown has been shortlisted as a finalist in four different categories in the Scottish Legal Awards 2023.   As shortlisted finalists for ‘Team of the Year’ in their respective fields, both our Family / Private Client Team, and our Criminal Defence Team…

Author: Euphemia Matheson. Tribunal looked behind redundancy to see whether the employer was being genuine. EVEN where the employer has a good reason to dismiss, women can still win Tribunal claims if their pregnancy has “played a part” in the decision. The recent case of Yasin v Swift Lawyers has…

  When two parents hold parental rights and responsibilities (PRR) to a  child, in the post-separation context the law encourages them where possible to continue to cooperate in relation to child care matters, to co-parent and aim to reach an agreement on all important matters affecting the child. The courts…

Livingstone Brown’s Managing Director, Stuart Munro, had the honour of welcoming to the profession Scotland’s newest solicitors as the guest speaker at last Friday's Law Society of Scotland’s admissions ceremony. Included within the cohort was the firm’s very own second year trainee, Laura Millar. Drawing on his own career in…

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