Anderson Strathern has partnered with Amiqus, an Edinburgh-based company that provides online anti-money laundering and client onboarding software to regulated firms.
Published 4 November 2019
Anderson Strathern has struck a deal which will see specialist law practice Hardy Macphail merge its operations with the Scottish legal firm's Glasgow office.
Published 9 October 2019
Anderson Strathern has marked a global first by becoming the first law firm to sign up for The World’s Big Sleep Out, launched in Edinburgh and across scores of international cities last month.
Published 2 October 2019
Anderson Strathern has announced a raft of promotions, with three new partner appointments, a senior associate promotion, three senior solicitor promotions and five solicitor promotions. The firm also retained all of its second year trainees.
Published 18 September 2019
Anderson Strathern has hired Coral Bain as its first ever risk and compliance director.
Published 4 September 2019
Anderson Strathern has been re-appointed for a second time to all six lots of the Scottish Government Legal Services Framework following a competitive tender exercise.
Published 6 August 2019
Anderson Strathern has hired corporate specialist Euan Tripp from Brodies, in a move that strengthens the firm’s corporate and commercial offering.
Published 15 July 2019
Anderson Strathern has joined angel syndicate Equity Gap and made its first investment in Glasgow-headquartered energy sector instrumentation specialist Synaptec.
Published 1 July 2019
Anderson Strathern has been selected as the first Scottish legal firm by the Meritas global network that numbers over 180 firms from over 90 countries worldwide.
Published 5 June 2019
Anderson Strathern pays tribute to partner John Kerr.
Published 16 April 2019
Anderson Strathern has added six newly-created director roles to complement its partner base as the firm aims to build on a record financial performance in 2018.
Published 18 February 2019
Anderson Strathern has launched a commercially focused Brexit Group with director Neil Amner, former president of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and current board member of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, at its helm.
Published 9 January 2019
An immigration ‘cliff edge’ would be a real problem for the many sectors which currently rely on large numbers of EU migrant workers. Transitional arrangements are essential to ensure ‘business as usual’ is possible for many of our clients post-Brexit, writes Steven Dunn of Anderson Strathern.
Published 9 January 2019