Lindsays

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Lindsays is further investing in its future with another series of promotions. The promotions have been made in the private client team.

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Lindsays has strengthened its corporate law team with the appointment of Nicholas Howie. Mr Howie’s legal work is underpinned by a practical corporate background, having worked for the commercial arm of a construction firm and in management roles for an international supermarket retailer befor

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Lawyers at Lindsays are helping to programme the next generation of Scottish computer games creators for blockbuster success. The firm has announced fresh sponsorship for Abertay University’s acclaimed Dare Academy. The annual game design competition, which Lindsays has backed with sponsorship

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Lindsays partner Jennifer Gallagher has maintained her status as Dundee’s only triple-accredited family lawyer. Ms Gallagher has had her accreditation as a specialist in child law approved for a second spell by the Law Society of Scotland.

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Lindsays has reported that average house prices in the city have risen by over £60,000 since before the Covid-19 pandemic. The firm noted that prices across Edinburgh and throughout the Lothians show no signs of dropping – with values remaining stable and strong.

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Daniel Gorry has been appointed as a director at Lindsays. Mr Gorry, who has 16 years of legal experience and has worked in all aspects of employment law, will be based at Lindsays’ Glasgow offices. 

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Chloe Shields has joined Lindsays as a senior solicitor. Previously part of the rural team at Brodies, Mrs Shields, who will be based in Edinburgh, has a strong track record of working with landowners, commercial lenders, private investment funds and asset managers.

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International investors are prepared to play the longer game when it comes to property purchases in Scotland, according to Lindsays partners Derek Nash and John Bett, who have said there remains “definite” interest from potential overseas buyers in the Scottish market. But the two a

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Private client lawyer Alison McKay has been promoted from director to partner at Lindsays, having joined the firm’s Glasgow-based team only two years ago. She is one of six lawyers whose promotions have been announced today – with one director and four more associates also taking up new

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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

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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.

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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

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