Lindsays

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Property developers and their contractors could find themselves at legal loggerheads unless Scottish government guidance and legislation on construction work during the coronavirus crisis is made clearer, an expert has warned. Andrew Boccoli, who leads on advice to the construction sector at Li

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Katherine McAlpine and Rhian Griffiths have joined Lindsays. Ms McAlpine, who joins the firm’s Dundee team as a senior solicitor, will be providing advice on a wide variety of commercial litigation matters including debt recovery, insolvency issues, contractual disputes as well as landlord and

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More than 100 guests representing 80 organisations attended Lindsays' annual Third Sector Drinks Reception, held at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh on Wednesday, to discuss issues emerging for this year and beyond. Attendees heard from some of the most important figures in the field, wi

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Lindsays' private client team in Dundee has welcomed Harriet Grant, who has recently joined the firm as a solicitor from Burness Paull. Ms Grant deals with a wide variety of private client matters including the administration of executries and the drafting of wills and powers of attorney.

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Katherine Irvine has joined Lindsays’ employment team in Edinburgh. Ms Irvine has a wealth of both advisory and advocacy experience, advising a variety of clients involved in sectors from hospitality and leisure, third sector and technology to transport, construction and education.

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Lindsays has seen a rise in the number of employee ownership deals it completed in 2019 and said that it expects the trend to continue in 2020. Employee ownership is the process of over 50 per cent of a company’s shares being transferred to the staff of that company, and it is typically done b

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Lindsays has outlined a series of measures it says can give small businesses a fighting chance of success, ahead of Small Business Saturday. Kenny Gray, a commercial property partner at the firm with expertise in advising SMEs, has commented on the simple steps that small businesses can take to

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Lindsays has announced three promotions as part of its ongoing growth. Louise Norris has been promoted to director within the commercial property team, Lauren Pasi has been promoted to senior associate within the personal injury team and Tim Macdonald has been promoted to associate within

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Lindsays has today announced a merger with Edinburgh-based legal practice Hadden Rankin.  The merger takes effect on 28th October 2019 and will see all Hadden Rankin staff transfer to Lindsays, with no redundancies. Hadden Rankin’s founding partners – Ross Hadden and Dot Rankin &nda

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Lindsays has welcomed two new solicitors to its private client team. Amy Mayberry and Harriet Waters joined the private client team in Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively. Both advise clients on a wide variety of private client matters including the administration of executries and trusts as well as

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Lindsays has announced that Emma McGinley and Claire Brown have successfully qualified and joined the firm's dispute resolution and litigation team (Glasgow) and family law team (Dundee) respectively as newly qualified solicitors. During their two-year traineeships they have gained experience workin

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