Leanne Gordon has rejoined Lindsays' rural services department as farmers, crofters and landowners respond to a string of major changes and challenges. Mrs Gordon previously spent six years at Lindsays – rising from solicitor to senior associate – until June last year. She has since had
Lindsays has today announced a merger with legal practice Miller Hendry. The deal, which will take effect on May 30, will see Miller Hendry partners and staff transfer to Lindsays.
Brent Haywood, partner in Lindsays' dispute resolution and litigation team, explains why a little humility goes a long way for the best litigators. I am what is optimistically called a dispute resolution lawyer. It’s a nice way of saying that I am a litigator. Put simply, I represent people an
Lindsays has welcomed Lauren McGhie, a new solicitor, who has joined the firm's private client team in Glasgow. She has experience assisting clients with a variety of private client matters including powers of attorney and wills. She also has experience in dealing with executry administration for bo
Lindsays has welcomed senior solicitor Omar Mohammed to the firm. Mr Mohammed has advised clients on all matters relating to residential property including the sale and purchase of property, transfers of title, new build purchases, government scheme purchases (LIFT, First Home Fund and Help to Buy),
Lindsays has reported a year-on-year increase in the average price of properties it has sold, with the average price in Edinburgh reaching £325,000. Despite ongoing economic uncertainty and political turmoil, the firm believes market appetite remains steady and notes that predictions of price
Lindsays has welcomed Alasdair Craig, who joins the firm's commercial property team as a senior associate. His experience includes five years working across a broad range of commercial property matters, including acquisitions, disposals, commercial leasing for both landlord and tenant, development w
Commonwealth gold medalist Eilish McColgan shared the inside track on a stunning summer of success at special events organised by Lindsays.
Lindsays has appointed a new director to its commercial property team. Bringing more than 20 years’ experience and a special interest in advising firms operating in the tourism, hospitality and retail sectors, Martin Bennett's arrival comes as demand for advice in the sector grows and as part
Lindsays has agreed a two-year extension to its sponsorship of scottishathletics’ cross country competitions. The Lindsays Cross Country Season, which covers national and district events each winter, will now continue until the close of the 2023-24 season. And the contract extension will take
Pictured (L-R): Curtis Preston, Deborah O’Donnell, Stephanie Goudie and Ronan Duff A group of newly-qualified lawyers who began their training at the height of the coronavirus pandemic have secured permanent roles at Lindsays.
Construction contractors may need to deploy greater legal safeguards in order to protect their businesses from being pushed under by spiralling costs, a lawyer has warned. Andrew Boccoli, a director in the Commercial Property department at Scottish legal firm Lindsays, believes extreme market volati
Andrew Diamond, partner and head of residential property at Lindsays, reveals how ‘subject to purchase’ bids hold potential for unlocking opportunities to bring more homes on to market as well as greater buying power. Contract clauses which make home sales subject to the seller buying th
Lindsays has welcomed Jordan Hay as senior solicitor in the firm's private client team in Edinburgh as well as solicitors Gemma-Grace Johnstone and Maddie Miller, who have joined the commercial property teams in Dundee and Edinburgh respectively. Mr Hay has experience in providing advice to individu
Lindsays has announced the recruitment of five new trainees. The five will start their rotations in a variety of departments across Lindsays’ three city offices. They are: