Harper Macleod

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Harper Macleod has been appointed as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Debt Resolution Services framework. CCS is an executive agency of the UK government, and is the UK’s largest public procurement organisation. It supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial va

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Harper Macleod has expanded its business development team with the addition of experienced solicitor Laura Meldrum. Ms Meldrum, who until recently was a senior solicitor in the employment law team at Anderson Strathern, joins the firm as a business development associate.

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Harper Macleod has been appointed to provide legal services to the Orkney-based European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), the world’s leading test facility for wave and tidal power devices. The firm won a place on EMEC’s new legal services framework following a tender process and the appoint

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Harper Macleod's corporate team has advised Beecatcher Pte Limited, a Singapore based company, on its acquisition of Byron Bakery Ltd in November 2020. Operating since the 1950s, Byron Bakery is a well-known bakery and retail store based in Aberdeen which has developed an extensive customer base and

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The energy & natural resources team at Harper Macleod assisted Statkraft UK Limited on its sale of the operational Andershaw wind farm in South Lanarkshire to Greencoat UK Wind with the provision of project-side advice, vendor due diligence and the provision of a certificate of title. The deal

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Two partners at Harper Macleod have been accredited as construction law specialists by the Law Society of Scotland. Euan Pirie, head of the firm’s infrastructure and projects team, and Michael Conroy, who leads on construction, have been recognised as being among Scotland’s leading advis

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Harper Macleod LLP has announced eight new partners as it emerges strongly from a financial year dominated by the pandemic. The eight new partners are: Natalie Dissake (debt and asset recovery), Amy Walsh (business development), Kathleen Martin (private client), Marina Harper (personal injury),

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Harper Macleod has been named as one of Scotland's five 'Ones to Watch' at the inaugural Flexibility Works Employer Awards. The firm was the only legal services business to be recognised at the event, which celebrated Scotland's top flexible employers.

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Harper Macleod recorded a small increase in profits in its last financial year, despite the onset of the pandemic in the final weeks of trading. In its latest accounts filed at Companies House, the firm said it had met all of its strategic aims for the year to March 2020.

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Scottish fintech Aveni has secured seed investment of £520,000 for its video conferencing based AI technology, which aims to transform client interaction in financial and professional advice sectors in the new age of ‘digital client service’. The investment, led by the TRICAPITAL a

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The corporate team at Harper Macleod is on course to complete more than 30 deals worth over £50 million during the lockdown period – in a positive sign that corporate Scotland is still open for business. Since the UK's lockdown began on 23 March, the firm's team has completed 12 deals re

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With the Scottish government and the Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum advising that all non-essential building sites in Scotland should close in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Harper Macleod partner Michael Conroy outlines what this means for building projects that are governed by the

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