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Last month, government guidelines were announced to control the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK. As of the 23 March, the public has been told to stay at home apart from necessary food shopping, one form of exercise a day, and work for those listed as ‘key workers’. Part…

As China begins to get a glimpse of life on the other side of coronavirus, it seems that not everyone has been feeling the love during quarantine. It emerged that divorce rates in the country have soared, as couples were forced into spending time together in mandatory lockdown. With the…

The COVID-19 outbreak has required organisations all over the world to adapt to new ways of working. The Scottish Criminal Ccourts are in the same position, and as an essential service, the courts must adopt modern technology to continue to function. However, unlike other businesses, the courts face the distinct…

While all areas of business are affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, essential services such as courts and tribunals must ensure minimal disruption to the lives of the public. The criminal justice system is an integral part of society, and as a result, has had to adapt and adopt new working…

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough Scheme) the scheme is open to all UK employers that had a PAYE scheme in place on 28 February 2020. Employers can reclaim up to 80% of wage costs up to a maximum of £2,500 per month, plus the associated employer NICs and minimum…

The first case of its kind has been brought to court following a legislation change in 2017 to remove the three-year limitation for damages in childhood abuse claims. The case has made legal history as the pursuer intends to sue her late stepfather’s estate for £100,000 over claims of abuse…

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded 'Law Firm of the Year - Criminal Law - Scotland' by The Lawyer International Global Awards 2019. Congratulations to all at Beltrami & Co and thank you to all of our dedicated team and to the Lawyer International Global Awards…

  A study analysing crime over the last decade has revealed that falling levels of violent crime can largely be attributed to the west of Scotland, with serious assault and attempted murder cases falling by 35% in Scotland between 2008-09 and 2017-18. Non-sexual crimes of violence recorded by the police fell by 43% over the same…

  Police Scotland have stated they are taking "every report about sexual offending seriously" following the revelation that almost 90 of the body's own officers have been investigated following allegations of sexual assault in the last three years. The numbers were unveiled following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request made…

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