Civil court reforms

01 Sep 2015

Partner, Andrew Gilmour has written an article in Monday’s edition of The Scotsman, discussing the measures being introduced in Scotland on 22 September, as part of the civil court reforms.

“Under the reforms, if a personal injury litigation case is valued at less than £100,000 then it can no longer be raised in the Court of Session. Instead, pursuers will have the choice of bringing personal injury litigation to their local Sheriff Court or the new All-Scotland Personal Injuries Sheriff Court in the Scottish capital.”

You can read Andrew’s article in full on The Scotsman’s website.

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