The Scotsman for 3 February 2007 reports that a Glasgow seafood grill and cocktail bar called Hemingway’s, opened in June 2006 (and recommended by sources close to Scots Law News), has been forced to change its name after threats of legal action from the estate of the late novelist Ernest Hemingway, who objected to representations in the bar’s promotional material linking it with the great man.  The bar was given the option of taking a licence at a price of £12,500 for past use and £5,000 per annum for the future, but has decided instead to rebrand itself as Café Noir.