Monthly Archives: June 2009

New Scottish Agency Case

Recent Scottish cases on agency law are few and far between.  Halifax Life Limited v DLA Piper llp [2009] CSOH 74, a recent decision from Lord Hodge, sheds light on what can be a significant practical issue: the effect of … Continue reading

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Data Protection – update and developments

The UK's new Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham, takes up his post on 29 June, succeeding Richard Thomas in the role.  Richard Thomas served for 7 years and oversaw the development and enforcement of data protection at a key time in … Continue reading

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Scottish Law Commission Consultation on Projects to be included in the Eighth Programme of Law Reform

The Scottish Law Commission ("SLC") is currently consulting on the projects to be included within its Eighth Programme of Law Reform. The SLC's intention is to submit the Eighth Programme to Scottish Ministers for approval by the end of 2009. … Continue reading

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