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The pandemic has forced changes to almost every aspect of our lives. In WPH Developments Limited v Young & Gault LLP (in liquidation) 2021 CSIH 39, the Court of Session, however, confirmed one thing which won’t change: the law on prescription. Jamie Robb examines the case. The facts

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Donna Brennan has joined BTO Solicitors legal director in its Raeburn Hope office in Helensburgh. In her new role, Ms Brennan will manage the firm's wills, estates and succession planning team and in conjunction with her colleagues in Glasgow and Edinburgh, she will continue the expansion of th

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Lynne Cardow, a partner at BTO Solicitors LLP, has been awarded specialist accreditation in professional negligence by the Law Society of Scotland and is one of only 10 Scottish solicitors to hold this accreditation. She has also become a certified specialist in cybersecurity along with Lynn Ri

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BTO has announced the launch of its free Fertility Law Advice Service for couples and individuals who are embarking on their fertility treatment journey. The advice service is designed to answer initial questions potential parents may have regarding the fertility treatment process and navigating the

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Really Good Data Protection (RGDP LLP) has capped the recruitment of three new data protection officers during the last quarter of its financial year by announcing changes to its management team. Paul Motion has become the new chairman of RGDP following the retirement of Bill Speirs. A solicitor for

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BTO Solicitors LLP has announced that Caroline Carr, partner and head of the firm’s employment law team, has been accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in employment law for the fifth consecutive time in her career, having first received the accreditation in 2001.  Thi

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BTO's Laura Salmond has been accredited as an employment law specialist by the Law Society of Scotland. Ms Salmond joins fellow partners Caroline Carr and Jacqueline McCluskey who have held the same accreditation for 20 and 10 years respectively.

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BTO has appointed Gregor Mitchell as head of its private client team based in Edinburgh to further enhance the firm’s legal services provided to individuals. A recognised expert in private client law, he brings over 30 years of experience advising individuals in relation to wills, trusts, esta

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BTO Solicitors LLP has announced the appointment of Angus Wood to its commercial dispute resolution practice. Mr Wood joins the partnership with 12 years of litigation experience, acting in a wide variety of disputes, including corporate, banking and energy.

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BTO has announced the appointment of social housing litigation specialist Stephen Humphreys as a consultant. Mr Humphreys brings to the firm specialist knowledge in housing law, property and construction litigation, contentious insolvency and debt recovery litigation, as well as extensive experience

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Corporate lawyer Michael Cox examines the latest EU update of consumer protection rules. The New Deal for Consumers (NDC) is a refresh of European consumer protection rules, to bring existing laws up-to-date for the digital age.

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BTO Solicitors has announced the appointment of senior associate and corporate lawyer Michael Cox. Mr Cox will be based in BTO's Edinburgh office, focusing on corporate law generally, particularly in relation to advising SMEs.

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The Inner House has agreed that unenforceable parts of an adjudicator’s decision can be ‘severed off’, write Fraser Hopkins and Jilly Petrie. It’s well understood that adjudication is a quick way of resolving construction disputes, on an interim basis at least (albe

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