Though only around since February, Absolvitor – with its clean design and smart use of images to add aesthetic value – is a Scottish blog offering insights and news on intellectual property, privacy, technology and more. Posts may be brief and anonymously authored, but they function as quick recaps of bigger news stories.
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Max Evans has had a busy week. Fresh from being acquitted by a jury of his peers at Edinburgh Sheriff Court, he received a yellow card in today’s Six Nations Ireland v. Scotland test match. Earlier this week, a jury … Continue reading →Max Evans has had a busy week. Fresh from...
With all this talk of an independent Scotland on the horizon, there is one question which leaps immediately to the front of one’s mind: What impact would independence have on the constitutional position of the Church of Scotland? At least, … Continue reading →With all this talk of...
So, Tommy Sheridan has been released from prison after serving one year of a three year sentence. And thus the well loved politician returns to entertain and agitate. He is to be electronically tagged for the final six months of … Continue reading →So, Tommy Sheridan has been released...
New laws giving Scotland’s police and prosecutors the additional tools they have asked for to extract ‘poisonous comments of hatred’ from Scottish ballroom and threats of harm being posted on the internet have been passed by the Scottish Parliament today. … Continue reading...
Very exciting news to report – this very blog has been shortlisted for inclusion in the Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011, featured on the LexisNexis International & Foreign Law Community. To vote for this blog, please … Continue reading →Very exciting news...
Another tiresome “check me out” post, I’m afraid! The jolly nice folks at Chambers and Partners have given me a rather nice write up in this year’s guide. I’m listed as a “Notable Practitioner” (Band 3) in the category of … Continue reading...
The Supreme Court has handed down its judgement in the case of AXA Insurance v. Lord Advocate, in which insurance giants and bad losers AXA sought to strike down the Damages (Asbestos-related Conditions) (Scotland) Act 2009 on the basis that … Continue reading →The Supreme Court has...
You can now download the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s submission to the European Court of Human Rights on the four UK cases relating to religious discrimination. It is 19 pages long, but to summarise it in a non-specific, over … Continue reading → Image via...
If so, you may be eligible for a cash settlement. Just call 0800-555-2368 in confidence and start feeling better – today! NASA has moved to reassure people that the risk to (human) life from the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) … Continue reading →Upper Atmosphere...
Far be it from me to disagree with Barack Obama. Far be it from me to stray into areas of law I know nothing about – like International Law. Far be it from me to comment on an area which … Continue reading → UN 1947 partition plan for Palestine Far be it from me to disagree...