Anderson Strathern has appointed four new directors. Lorraine Currie, one of only four solicitors accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in freedom of information and data protection law, has joined Anderson Strathern following eight-years at the Scottish Information Commissioner&
The case of Muir Construction Limited v Kapital Residential Limited  CSOH 132 served as a timely reminder of the importance for parties to a construction contract to understand the role of pay less notices. As economic uncertainty continues, maintaining cashflows and ensuring the correct amoun
Lawyers and other professionals gathered at Anderson Strathern's Edinburgh office last night for drinks, nibbles and some Burns poetry.
Anderson Strathern has been appointed as solicitor to Inverness and Cromarty Firth Green Freeport Limited, the company which will manage the green freeport. The aim of the freeports is to boost international trade, investment, regeneration and growth in their geographical areas, while contributing t
Anderson Strathern has reported its most successful year ever for investment deals. The corporate investment team, led by Euan Tripp, advises some of Scotland’s most active investors – spanning private equity funds, institutional investors, angel syndicates, family offices and high net w
Anderson Strathern has become the latest law firm to take a letting at Capital Square in Edinburgh, taking the development to almost 90 per cent occupancy. The firm has taken 21,432 sq ft across the ground and first floors on a 15-year lease, representing the largest new build Grade A office transac
Anderson Strathern has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) legal services framework for the first time. The framework will allow public and third sector organisations, including councils, health and emergency services, education bodies and housing associations, to continue
Anderson Strathern has reinforced its leadership team with the promotion of two new partners and six new directors. New partners Gary Burton and Robbie Wilson are leading specialists in the firm’s healthcare, public and regulatory team.
Tom McEntegart has joined Anderson Strathern as a partner in the firm's Glasgow office. He brings over two decades of experience in advising SMEs and corporates on banking, property, licensing and commercial disputes, and joins from TLT where he was previously its head of Scotland, having overseen A
Leona Duff outlines the new limitation rules being introduced under the Prescription (Scotland) Act 2018 from 1 June 2022. The law of time-bar has been confusing and unsatisfactory for a number of years in Scotland, particularly in construction cases involving latent defects. There have been a numbe
Anderson Strathern has partnered with LINC Scotland to provide the angel association’s members with advice around the National Security and Investment Act 2021, which came into force on 4 January this year and allows the UK government to scrutinise acquisitions and investments that could harm
Anderson Strathern has hired commercial real estate and renewables specialist Dixcee Fast from Eversheds Sutherland as a partner. Ms Fast, who was formerly a trainee and associate at Anderson Strathern, is a leading lawyer on real estate matters in relation to clean energy projects including wind, s
Anderson Strathern has appointed former Deloitte partner Mike McGregor as non-executive director, replacing Graeme Bissett on the firm’s board. Mr Bissett had served two terms on the board since 2015. Mr McGregor spent over 26 years at Deloitte in Scotland, latterly with its client & indus
Anderson Strathern has been re-appointed to the new APUC (Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges) Legal Services Framework. Anderson Strathern’s position as first ranked supplier means universities and colleges in Scotland are required to approach the firm first for direct contract
James McMillan, director at law firm Anderson Strathern, warns that Scotland has become an international hotspot for financial crime. In the UK context when you think about white-collar crime over the last couple of decades, names like Barings Bank, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCC