Upskirting becomes a specific criminal offence in England and Wales on Friday following a high-profile campaign.
A group set up to support survivors of sexual abuse has launched a campaign to reform the need for corroboration in Scots law.
A local allotment’s ruling body has closed ranks amid accusations of mishandling a tenant’s appeal against his ban on attending meetings.
Calls have been made for the Scottish Law Commission to review the test of undue leniency.
Sir Philip Green allegedly groped a female executive, paying her more than £1 million to stay quiet, and mocked a male employee’s dreadlocks, the Daily Telegraph reported after the businessman dropped legal action against the newspaper.
Details of allegations against Sir Philip Green are set to be revealed after his legal action against The Daily Telegraph was formally brought to an end at the High Court.
Sir Philip Green’s legal action against the Daily Telegraph has been formally brought to an end by a High Court judge.
Views are being sought over the regulation of fireworks in Scotland, including whether to ban their sale to the public.
Wills are difficult documents for all concerned and, when their contents are revealed, they can contain a few surprises.
Topshop owner Sir Philip Green is seeking damages over being named in Parliament as the businessman behind an injunction against the Daily Telegraph.
Transport officials in Tayside have backed UK Government proposals to prosecute cyclists who injure or kill other road users.
Alfonso Ribeiro and Backpack Kid are the latest names understood to be suing Fortnite for using dance moves they claim to have created.
Linda McDonald wants answers – and she wants the law changed to ensure that what happened to her cannot happen to anyone else.
YouTube has intensified its opposition against changes to copyright law across the EU that could change what people are allowed to share online.
Dundee’s firefighters were called to a spate of incidents on Bonfire Night.
The way music, memes and news articles are shared online could be affected by a controversial vote in the European Parliament to overhaul copyright law.
A group of American law students visited Dundee Sheriff Court to study how justice is delivered in Scotland.
MEPs are to decide whether to continue with a new EU copyright law which would affect content shared online.
Police Scotland is appealing for information about a series of vandalisms to cars in Dundee.
A top Dundee solicitor has called for new laws to protect cyclists.