Alison McKay has joined Lindsays' private client team in Glasgow. She is experienced across the full range of private client work, including wills and powers of attorney, setting up trusts and providing estate planning advice.
Cyclists from Edinburgh-based law firm Lindsays are set to hit the road in the Tour de Forth this weekend to help disadvantaged children.
Gavin Buchan, who heads up Lindsays' banking team, has advised Shot Scope in its latest investment securing £1.5 million in funding from Virgin Money to help the Edinburgh-based company scale globally. Shot Scope has been a client of Lindsays for more than two years.
Linsdays lawyer David Rose has said investment interest in Dundee will intensify as a result of the Eden Project's "ambitious" plans for the city.
Lindsays is supporting a university competition credited with propelling up-and-coming video game designers along the path to success. Lawyers will provide mentorship to those taking part in Abertay University’s Dare Academy, sharing expert advice on how to navigate legal issues that prof
The City of Edinburgh Council has admitted it was wrong to cancel a Christian event on the basis of the beliefs of the keynote speaker. Destiny Ministries’ action against the council has ended with the council acknowledging it acted unlawfully and had discriminated against the Christian
Lindsays has welcomed two new team members to its residential conveyancing teams in Edinburgh and Dundee. Alex McNeil has joined as a solicitor in Edinburgh and Natasha Vials has become the newest paralegal in Dundee.
Lindsays has welcomed Mike Piggot to its team in Dundee as a solicitor offering dispute resolution and litigation services to businesses and individuals. Mr Piggot studied and trained in the city before entering the profession. He also worked for several years with the Dundee Citizens Advice Bu
Lindsays has expanded its private client team with the appointment of Leann Brown. Ms Brown, who will be based in Dundee, brings with her 12 years of experience of working across the full spectrum of private client work, wills and powers of attorney, setting up trusts, elder client law, th
Lindsays has promoted Louise Norris and Rachel Holt to the respective roles of partner and associate. Ms Norris works in the commercial property department, where she was previously a director. Her promotion is the sixth in seven years at Lindsays, which she joined as a solicitor in June 2014.
The post-lockdown house-move boom has seen Lindsays defy disruption to record a rise in the number of homes sold in the past 12 months. Sales by its residential property division rose by 4.3 per cent in the last financial year, with homes valued at a total of £177.3 million changing hands
Edinburgh property lawyer Andrew Diamond has been appointed as the new chairman of ESPC. Mr Diamond, a partner and head of residential property at Lindsays, has worked in the residential property sector for nearly three decades and has been a non-executive director of ESPC for more than five years.
Lindsays has expanded its operations with the launch of a human resources consultancy. Prism HR has come into being as companies face a range of employment issues as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the effects it has had on business.
Ian Beattie, Lindsays' chief operating officer and chairman of scottishathletics, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Mr Beattie's award has been given for services to athletics after a long competitive and voluntary career in the sport. As well as being scottishathle
Caroline Fraser has joined Lindsays' private client team in its Dundee Office. Ms Fraser is well known for her work across the full spectrum of private client matters, from wills and power of attorney to issues surrounding care and inheritance tax.