Hearts and Partick Thistle’s legal battle against relegation will go to an arbitration panel convened by the SFA.
The judge presiding over Hearts and Partick Thistle’s battle to avoid relegation is considering motions to terminate or suspend the case so it can go to arbitration.
A lawyer representing promoted clubs has argued that Hearts and Partick Thistle have no right to take their case against relegation to the Court of Session.
Hearts have re-signed Craig Gordon on a two-year contract.
Hearts and Partick Thistle have accused Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster of spreading “misleading” information about their legal battle.
The Scottish Professional Football League has lodged its defence to the legal challenge raised by Hearts and Partick Thistle – and sought to take central control of any similar controversy.
Daniel Stendel felt he was on the right path at Hearts before being stopped in his tracks.
Craig Gordon would be open to playing for Hearts in the Scottish Championship after being disappointed with the way contract talks with Celtic have started.
Hearts owner Ann Budge claims Daniel Stendel would have been a success had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic – despite replacing the German manager with Robbie Neilson.
Hearts have reappointed Robbie Neilson as manager after agreeing a compensation deal with Dundee United.
Scottish football has been warned of an impending “catastrophe” as Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers vowed to take on Hearts and Partick Thistle in court.
Sports lawyer David Winnie feels Hearts have a chance of overturning their relegation in court.
Hearts and Partick Thistle have lodged court papers to challenge their relegations – but have not yet sought to delay the Scottish Premiership season.
Partick Thistle have joined forces with Hearts to launch a legal challenge to their relegation after a donor offered to fund their court battle.
Hearts have launched a legal challenge after a final attempt at reconstruction of the Scottish Professional Football League failed.
Hearts have been consigned to a shortened season in the Scottish Championship after the final attempt at league reconstruction failed.
Former Hearts chairman Leslie Deans has called on the Scottish Professional Football League to “impose” reconstruction if a majority of clubs want it.
Hearts striker Euan Henderson has signed a two-year contract extension with the club.
Scottish Championship clubs aim to play a full season from October, Morton chief executive Dave MacKinnon has revealed.
Australian midfielder Oliver Bozanic is among 15 players leaving Hearts.