Morton Fraser

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Julie Scott-Gilroy, an associate at Morton Fraser, has been accredited as a specialist in construction law by the Law Society of Scotland. Ms Scott-Gilroy acts for a variety of clients including employers (private and public), contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and insurers. Her recent w

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Morton Fraser has promoted commercial property expert Amar Wali to partner within its housebuilding and commercial real estate team. Mr Wali's appointment comes in the wake of a number of new client wins for the team in the past 12 months.

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Richard McMeeken, partner at Morton Fraser, reflects on the benefits of the commercial courts system following its 25th anniversary earlier this year. Specialist courts in Scotland are nothing new. In 1994 Lord Penrose established a commercial court in order to respond to the demands of the business

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A new campaign has been launched today designed to highlight the disconnection between Scotland's law firms and the SME community – the majority of which lack clarity over fees and advice, according to research by Morton Fraser LLP. The firm's fly-on-the-wall stunt in Glasgow uses humour

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Morton Fraser has recorded like-for-like revenue growth of £22 million while profit has declined by 12 per cent to less than £12m. In the last twelve months, the firm divested its residential property offering while investing in specialists across a number of its teams.

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Morton Fraser has appointed Alistair Anderson as consultant to its agricultural and rural property team. Mr Anderson, a rural property law specialist, joins Morton Fraser from Gillespie MacAndrew and carries a long and highly respected reputation in the Scottish legal sector. He will be based in the

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Morton Fraser has been reappointed to provide legal services to Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council. The appointment follows a competitive tendering exercise to win a place on the councils' framework. Five further Scottish councils will be able to use the Framework: Highland, Orkney, Com

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Morton Fraser has announced the appointment of Stuart McWilliams and Catriona MacPhail as partners in its immigration and private client divisions. Mr McWilliams, who has played a key role in developing the firm's immigration offering as a senior associate, becomes a partner in the immigration team.

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Alyson Cowan, solicitor in the commercial real estate team at Morton Fraser, writes on the importance of limitation clauses in collateral warranties. The recently published judgment of O’Farrell J in Swansea Stadium Management Co. Ltd v Swansea City and County Council ([2018] EWHC 2192 (TCC))

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Morton Fraser has appointed Stephen Clark as senior associate to its corporate law team. Mr Clark brings 12 years’ experience in corporate law to Morton Fraser and is dual-qualified in English and Scots law. Practising across a range of corporate law disciplines with a particular focus on equi

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Morton Fraser has made three appointments to its construction team through the recruitment of a team of contentious and non-contentious construction specialists. Sandra Cassels will be joining the firm as a partner whilst Julie Scott-Gilroy and Caroline Earnshaw will join as associates.

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Morton Fraser has been appointed to a new panel to provide legal services in Scotland for a self-invested personal pension, Your Future SIPP, administered by Curtis Banks. The appointment also extends to the servicing of some legacy Curtis Bank’s products, to include those operated b

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