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Digby Brown Solicitors has marked another year of growth by appointing four new partners and a record number of solicitor promotions. The new partners are Sarah Douglas, Diane Cooper and Kirsty O’Donnell in Glasgow and Sam Cowie in Inverness.

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A Fettes College abuse survivor who was beaten and sexually assaulted has received £400,000 in damages – the first known sum paid by the school. The brave victim – known as ‘Frank’ – secured the landmark settlement decades after being abused by a former teacher. F

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Digby Brown and Scottish Cycling have renewed a partnership deal that helps boost the sport while giving cyclists access to expert legal care. Diane Cooper, partner at Digby Brown, confirmed the deal after meeting with star athletes at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow last week.

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A man who was abused by monks has secured £1.4 million in damages – the highest known sum ever to be awarded to a survivor. The victim, known as AB, was sexually assaulted and beaten by Brothers Ryan, Farrell and Kelly.

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Digby Brown Solicitors has confirmed every staff member can now take one day off for charity work. As the personal injury firm has 285 employees it means as many as 285 days can be used to help good causes.

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Digby Brown Solicitors has announced the agreement of a new sponsorship deal with St Mirren Football Club. The agreement sees the firm become the club’s new principal sponsor for season 2021/22 with Digby Brown’s logo featuring on all home and away jerseys for the upcoming camp

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Digby Brown Solicitors has appointed two new partners and three associates. Trish McFadden and Matt Leckie were promoted to partners in May following a challenging but successful year for the firm amid the backdrop of Covid-19.

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Digby Brown has pledged to work with 12 other law firms to support a new campaign, #ActionMeso, which aims to raise awareness of the dangers of asbestos and the cancer called mesothelioma, which is caused by exposure to asbestos. The UK has the world’s highest incidence of mesothelioma with ar

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