Clyde & Co

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Clyde & Co has announced the promotion of Alison Tyler to partner as part of its 2024 promotions round. Ms Tyler has been with the firm since 2011, following the merger with Simpson & Marwick, where she trained. She has 15 years’ experience in representing insurer, commercial and publi

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Andrew Constable discusses the merits of alternative dispute resolution. In a Scottish government paper published last month, Justice in an independent Scotland, the government explains its “vision of a just, safe, resilient Scotland”. The paper references another publication, The Vision

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What are we likely to see on employment law if Labour wins the next general election? Nicola Macara lays out her predictions. The next UK general election must be held no later than 28 January 2025. The Prime Minister’s working assumption is that it will take place in the second half of this y

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Clyde & Co welcomed more than 240 clients and colleagues to its annual Burns Supper last night to commemorate the national poet of Scotland.

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Four lawyers from Clyde & Co’s Scottish offices are starting 2024 on a high after securing spaces on the firm’s global exchange initiative. The achievement will give them the chance to spend a week working at one of the firm’s international offices, which this year include Bost

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Clyde & Co has announced the appointment of professional indemnity specialist Beverley Atkinson as a legal director in its Edinburgh office. Ms Atkinson joins the firm from DAC Beachcroft where she worked as a legal director and solicitor advocate defending complex, high value, professional inde

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Clyde & Co has been recognised for its breadth of expertise following the publication of new rankings by Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and The Times’ Best Law Firms directories. The firm, which has three offices across Scotland, maintained Chambers and Partners rankings across eight cat

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Scotland's personal injury discount rate (PIDR) is expected to change from October 2024 following a recent consultation, according to Clyde & Co. The firm recently hosted a roundtable event where senior representatives from more than a dozen insurance companies debated the potential impact of pr

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A lawyer from Clyde & Co’s Edinburgh office has been able to take advantage of an innovative global exchange programme, after successfully applying to spend a week working with the firm’s Cape Town-based healthcare team. Clyde & Co’s Global Associate Programme, believed to

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More than 50 leading figures from Scotland’s insurance industry attended Clyde & Co’s Scottish Liability Forum, held in Glasgow on 7 June. The annual event, chaired by the firm’s managing partner for Scotland, Vikki Melville, brought together insurers, brokers and Clyde & C

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Clyde & Co has announced the promotion of Ann Bonomy to partner as part of its 2023 promotions round. Ms Bonomy joined Clyde & Co’s Glasgow office in 2014, forming part of the Scottish safety, health and environmental (SHE) regulatory team. She specialises in regulatory and road traffi

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On Thursday 26 January, Clyde & Co hosted more than 230 clients and colleagues at its annual Burns Night supper held in the Merchant Taylors' Hall, London.

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Global law firm Clyde & Co has bolstered its Scottish team with the promotion of Ross Fairweather, Lyndsey Combe and Kay Darling to senior associate. The trio have been promoted in their respective fields of large loss and catastrophic injuries, clinical negligence and defender disease litigatio

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