Anderson Strathern

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Anderson Strathern has reinforced its senior team with the appointment of one partner and three directors. Michael Collins joins as a partner in the firm’s dispute resolution team, heading up the team’s contentious construction unit. He provides specialist advice and representation for c

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Anderson Strathern has confirmed the appointments of a new director and associate. Ellen Eunson joins the firm as an experienced legal director specialising in rural law, covering a broad remit. This includes property sales and purchases, bank security work, succession planning, partnerships, agricu

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Strathern is reporting its most successful year ever for investment deals for the second year running, amid continued optimism in the Scottish investment market. Over the past year, the corporate investment team has been involved in more than 30 investment deals with an aggregate value in excess of

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Anderson Strathern has appointed three new directors. Joanna Millar, a corporate and licensing specialist, Chambers-ranked solicitor with over 25 years’ experience joins as a corporate director. She is well versed in restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, refinancing and advising family busi

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Anderson Strathern been reappointed – for the third successive four-year period – to five ‘lots’ of the Scottish government’s Legal Services Framework. The appointment signals a total of over 16 years’ service by the firm within the Scottish government frameworks

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Pictured (L-R): Sheila Tulloch, Dawn Dickson, Musab Hemsi, Danielle Edgar, Gillian Murray, Chris Devlin, Caroline Pringle, Sarah Phillips and Neil Fraser Anderson Strathern has promoted seven lawyers to partner and appointed a further two.

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The Cyber and Fraud Centre – Scotland has added six new partners to its Incident Response network, including two law firms, as it issues a warning to organisations to have plans in place for cyberattacks. Anderson Strathern and Burness Paull join the specialised Incident Response Cadre, along

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Anderson Strathern's corporate investment team has reported a record first quarter in 2023, with a 58.8 per cent increase in client investments compared to the same period in 2022. The number of deals completed more than tripled, partly due to increased instructions from existing and new clients.

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Anderson Strathern’s new chair has said the firm is perfectly positioned to continue its trajectory of strong revenue and profit growth, even in what he considers a “challenging time” for the profession and the economy. Fraser Geddes has relinquished his position as head of the fir

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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&

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The case of Muir Construction Limited v Kapital Residential Limited [2017] 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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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