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A seminar hosted by Lindsays has highlighted progress being made on updating Scotland’s charities fundraising code, along with changes surrounding governance and employment in the third sector. The updated UK-wide Code of Fundraising Practice is expected to be brought into play by the fundrais

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Lindsays has appointed Doran Mitchell as a director in its private client team. Mr Mitchell said: “Lindsays, through its culture, expertise, reputation for quality advice and independent status, feels like the ideal fit for me. I am delighted to get started.

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Nina Taylor has been named as the new chair of Lindsays. The partner in family law will succeed Peter Tweedie, who is retiring both as chairman and a partner from March 31, although he will remain with the firm in a consultancy role.

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Olympic medallists Steve Cram and Eilidh Doyle highlighted the importance of grassroots athletics in Scotland as they took part in a special sports forum organised by Lindsays. The event in Glasgow was held ahead of the World Indoor Athletics Championships being staged in the city this weekend. The

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Caroline Mackintosh has joined Lindsays in Perth after spending almost four years as a solicitor with the Scottish government. The Law Society of Scotland-accredited specialist in child law is also the first new partner to be appointed by Lindsays in Perth since it moved into the city through its me

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Lindsays has revealed a second successive year of sales totalling in excess of £170 million through its residential property teams based in Edinburgh, Dundee and Perth during 2023. The total has been hailed a significant success for the firm in the face of what it describes as a “long ha

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Senior solicitor Anelia Black has joined Lindsays in Edinburgh. She gained her experience in the in-house private client services team of a leading investment company where she advised clients in both Scotland and England.

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Pictured: Alasdair Cummings, centre, with, from left: Michael Higgins, Jennifer Philp, Scott Briggs, James Siwela and Dylan Ackerley Lindsays has recruited five new trainees.

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A lawyer who began his career in Argentina has joined Lindsays. Juan Casal has been appointed as an associate in the corporate and commercial department in Edinburgh.

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Lawyers from Lindsays' Dundee office are boosting the ranks of an historic curling club as their firm also puts its name to a renowned competition. Having run their own curling team in recent years, with nine colleagues taking to the ice to play competitively, the office is now joining forces with B

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Companies must prepare for a new law that will impose greater demands on verifying the identity of their directors and connected businesses, lawyers at Lindsays have warned. An impending new law means that Companies House will impose more stringent measures on confirming the identities of both new d

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