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DOMESTIC ABUSE NOW INCLUDES ATTEMPTS TO CONTROL

Psychological and emotional abuse become offences for the first time from 1st April and the sheriff court system is preparing for an increase in cases.

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Beltrami & Co win Law Firm of the Year from Global Venture Awards

Beltrami & Co are pleased to announce that we have been awarded Law Firm of the Year Scotland, in the Criminal Law category, by Global Ventures Awards. 

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BELTRAMI LAWYER GETS NEW ROLE ON SEXUAL OFFENCE PANEL

Senior solicitor Rosalyn McTaggart has been appointed to a judicially-led group who will review the way the Scottish courts deal with serious sexual assault cases.

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Beltrami & Co taking part in Red Nose Day

We are proudly taking part in Comic Relief's Red Nose Day 2019. 

Please see our video below for our team's best jokes and you can visit the Comic Relief website here for more information about the campaign and to donate.

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Beltrami and Co sponsor play "In For A Penny"

The firm is sponsoring the play “In For A Penny”, which will be showing at the Websters Theatre as part of Glasgow’s International Comedy Festival.

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Beltrami & Co win Criminal Law Firm of the Year in Scotland - 2019

We are delighted to announce that after careful consideration, we have been awarded 'Criminal Law Firm of the Year in Scotland – 2019'.

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MEDIA COVERAGE - CHRISTOPHER DANIEL

Our client has been the subject of media coverage this week. This is the statement of Beltrami & Co about the case for anyone seeking comment:

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Beltrami & Co win Best Criminal Defence & Road Traffic Solicitors at Legal Awards 2019

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded 'Best Criminal Defence & Road Traffic Solicitors' in the Legal Awards 2019.

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Playboi Carti Considering Appeal in Assault Case

Beltrami & Co Ltd are advising their client Jordan Carton who is seeking an Appeal after being found guilty of assault after trial.

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Beltrami & Co announced as finalists in Scottish Legal Awards 2019

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We are delighted to announce that Beltrami & Co have been shortlisted as a finalist in The Scottish Legal Awards 2019 in the 'Criminal Defence Firm of the Year' category, alongside some of Scotland’s other most established law firms.

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Gary McAteer wins 'Criminal Solicitor of the Year UK' at Legal Awards 2018

We are delighted to announce that Gary McAteer has been awarded 'Criminal Solicitor of the Year UK' in the Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2018.

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Long Service: You might get redundancy but not get to the tribunal

SHE had given 20 years of service to 10 different local authorities and also to the care inspectorate. She had left her previous job on the Friday and started this one on the Monday.

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Beltrami & Co win 'Solicitor of the Year' award at Legal Awards 2018

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded 'Solicitor of the Year UK' in the category of Social Welfare Health Benefits in the Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2018.

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Beltrami & Co are Finalists in The Law Awards of Scotland 2018

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We are delighted to announce that Beltrami & Co has been shortlisted as finalists in The Law Awards of Scotland 2018 in the 'Criminal Law Firm of the Year' category alongside some of Scotland’s other most established law firms.

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Harsh, but Legal

Sheriff sets out limitations of court challenge to strike-off decisions

A SINGLE conviction involving alcohol and swearing at a police officer was enough for a social worker to be removed from the professional register.

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Unpaid Fines Forcibly Extracted from Holiday Cash

Enforcement of fines is being carried out at Scottish airports and ferry terminals under new powers which can see holidaymakers being arrested and missing their travel connections.

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Being Cleared by the GMC Does Not Overturn Consultant's Dismissal

Professional body declared patient safety was not compromised but he remains sacked

A consultant orthopaedic surgeon with an "unblemished career" remains dismissed for gross misconduct - even though an investigation found there were no safety concerns.

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Dangers of Dismissal Before Asking for an Explanation

£21,600 Award against an offshore firm who began an investigation after sacking 

It perhaps looked an open and shut case - an expenses claim for 96 miles when an internal report found the "true" mileage was 6.8.

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Posting Naked Image While Drunk Does Justify Sex Offender Status

Highest criminal court overturns sentence on indecent image and clarifies the law on ‘sexting’

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Sacking Teacher For Not Telling School About Friend's Conviction Was Correct

Supreme Court says school was entitled to expect female Head to disclose indecency case of man she was close to. 

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