People in Scotland are more confident about buying property compared to people in rest of the UK, despite the prospect of interest rates rising.
Serious doubts over the safety of offshore rig workers in the oil and gas industries have been raised by a report published the Commons Transport Committee.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has recently ruled that European Law does not provide mothers with any maternity leave entitlement where a surrogate has carried and given birth to the child.
Two top cyclists, Silas Goldsworthy and Martin Williamson, have given their support to the Road Share campaign - which calls for presumed liability to be introduced in Scotland's civil law to better protect cyclists involved in road accidents.
Complete Clarity Solicitors are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced legal Secretary.
The Scottish Government’s Housing (Scotland) Bill has recently been through its Stage 1 debate at the Scottish Parliament.
Working in the construction industry is fraught with danger, with workers facing risks ranging from exposure to dangerous substances such as asbestos, to being hit by objects falling from above. One of the biggest dangers, however, is the risk of injury or death caused by falling from height.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called on the Government to take a fresh look at the employment tribunals system. The business group believes that the system is not meeting its goal of providing an accessible, speedy, informal and inexpensive way of resolving employment disputes.