In the second episode of Morton Fraser's podcast series, Stuck in the Middle, David Hossack a partner and accredited mediator chats with Graham Boyack, director of Scottish Mediation about the Justice Committee's report "I won't see you in court".
Morton Fraser has appointed Alan Stewart as partner to its commercial real estate team. Mr Stewart, who joins Morton Fraser from Dentons and brings over 20 years’ experience in the Scottish real estate sector will be based in the firm’s Edinburgh office.
Morton Fraser has been named as one of the Top 100 UK Companies in the Sunday Times 'Best Companies to Work For 2019' list. The firm is the only Scottish law firm in the UK-wide list, which aims to celebrate and showcase excellence in workplace engagement.
Nicola Edgar sets out a person's rights if they have an accident involving an animal or if their property is damaged by an animal, and whether it is likely that they will be entitled to claim for their loss. Strict Liability
Pictured (L-R): Alex Iliescu Liz MacKay, Maggie Moodie, Ewan Wilson and Hannah Gardner Morton Fraser will lend its support in helping to eradicate homelessness in Scotland by announcing Social Bite as its official charity partner for 2019.
Scottish contractors are increasingly demanding "Brexit clauses" in construction contracts to ensure they are not liable for costs caused by a no-deal Brexit, The Times reports. The move is sparked by concern that Britain's exit from the EU could lead to increased costs and supply chain disruptions
Chris Harte has been appointed for a further three-year term as CEO with Morton Fraser. The firm has seen continued growth under his leadership over the past six years, with revenues increasing by 60 per cent over that period, topping the £20m threshold (£21.7m) in 2017/18.