Clyde & Co

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Clyde & Co lawyer Ross Fairweather has qualified as a solicitor advocate. Mr Fairweather is an associate in Clyde and Co's large loss and catastrophic injuries unit in Edinburgh. He acts on behalf of the country's largest insurance companies, and self-insured companies, specialising in defending

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Clyde & Co has announced the promotions of Kirsty Cassidy, Colette Finnieston, Natalie Gibb, David Hutchison, Gary Nicholls and Ameeta Panesar to legal director in Scotland, as part of its 2022 promotions round. Five of the promotions in Scotland are in the firm’s insurance practice, while

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It was Robert Burns who wrote: "Facts are chiels that winna ding, and downa be disputed." He was of course writing about royalty in his 1786 poem, A Dream. Burns was most certainly not thinking of future Scottish legal expenses when he penned these words! Yet as with much of the Bard's work, there i

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Leading lawyer Gordon Keyden is set to retire from global law firm Clyde & Co after more than 45 years of service to the firm and its clients. Mr Keyden was a consultant at Clyde & Co, having retired from the firm's partnership in April 2020. As a partner at Simpson & Marwick, he was par

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Clyde & Co has announced the promotion of 23 equity partners across its global network, including Andrew Tolmie in Edinburgh. The promoted partners represent each of the firm’s core sectors and each of its regions. There are 14 promotions in insurance, five in projects & construction,

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Clyde & Co held an advocacy training course at the Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh last week, bringing together a group of trainees, associates and clients to put their advocacy skills into practice. The three-day event featured sessions covering the essentials of advocacy, including examination i

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Partners at insurance law specialists BLM and Clyde & Co are set to vote on a possible merger which would create a combined firm with annual revenue of around £733 million (roughly €872 million). According to the Law Society Gazette in England and Wales, the firms – both of whic

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Clyde & Co’s team in Scotland has successfully defended its client and their insured in a case relating to damages following a fire in a storage building formerly called the ‘turkeytorium’. DC Watson & Sons (Fenton Barns) Ltd leased a storage unit in the building to Philip

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Insurance law specialists BLM and Clyde & Co are reportedly discussing a possible merger which would create a combined firm with annual revenue of £735 million. The firm recently entered "early-stage talks" and the details are "being kept tight by the pair's senior leadership teams", accor

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In March 2020, I wrote about the rising tide of climate change litigation and how the courts were being used by activists as an alternative to traditional protest activities. The trends we were beginning to see have continued unabated over the last 18 months. As of October 2021, almost 1,900 climate

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The public inquiry into the pandemic should focus on lessons for the future in a timely manner, says Graeme Watson. The only thing we learn from history, according to Hegel, is that we learn nothing from our history. Eighteen months and over 10,500 deaths after Scotland's first Covid-19 case, the Sc

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Clyde & Co’s global turnover rose to nearly £640m over 2020/21, while profits climbed seven per cent to £153.5m. The average profit per equity partner meanwhile jumped by 7.5 per cent: from £665,000 to £715,000.

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