Shepherd And Wedderburn

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Shepherd and Wedderburn’s corporate finance team advised on deals with an aggregate value of £7.1 billion in 2020. The team advised on 75 corporate finance transactions globally (excluding deals for the banking sector) – an increase of 18 per cent on its £6 billion aggregate

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Agricultural tenants could benefit from additional protections in the aftermath of the Holyrood elections, writes Hamish Lean. With the Scottish Parliamentary elections looming, Fergus Ewing has been sketching out changes that the SNP are considering to agricultural tenancy legislation if they remai

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Immigration specialist John Vassiliou has joined Shepherd and Wedderburn amid rising demand from clients for business and personal immigration advice following the UK’s departure from the European Union. Mr Vassiliou, who joins the firm from McGill & Co, where he was a partner, brings 10 y

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Dan Traynor discusses people of faith in the LGBTQ+ community, noting the unique challenges they face. Religions across the globe host a variety of views and teaching on the rights and acceptance of LGBTQ+ people, ranging from condemnation to complete acceptance. For this reason, many LGBTQ+ people

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Shepherd and Wedderburn trainee Emma Hendrie kicks off the firm's celebration of LGBT History Month with a look at the history of the month itself, an explanation of this year’s theme – Body, Mind, Spirit – and how you can show your support. LGBT History Month presents an

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Shepherd and Wedderburn corporate finance team has reported a busy first half of the 2020/21 financial year, supporting clients with strong and sustained deal activity despite the challenging environment created by the Covid-19 pandemic. The firm’s corporate finance lawyers advised on deals wi

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Gillian Carty has been elected chair of Shepherd and Wedderburn. She will chair the firm's board, working closely with her fellow partners and Andrew Blain, Shepherd and Wedderburn’s managing partner, to chart the firm’s strategic direction over the next three years.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn has been named Regional/Offshore Firm of the Year at the 23rd Legal Business Awards run by Legal Business magazine. The Regional/Offshore award recognises the achievements of the UK-based regional or offshore firm (with headquarters outside London) that has made the most sign

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Shepherd and Wedderburn has reported two per cent turnover growth to £56.9 million in the year to April 30, 2020, with profits before partner distributions down 1.7 per cent to £22.4 million. Shepherd and Wedderburn’s clean energy group reported record revenues during the peri

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Shepherd and Wedderburn has established a dedicated international families group to provide legal advice to overseas clients wishing to relocate to the UK. The firm said that the new immigration route for British National (overseas) citizens in Hong Kong, the COVID-19 pandemic, and a number of other

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Peter Alderdice and Daniel Boynton from Shepherd and Wedderburn detail how ethical finance can kickstart the green recovery of Scotland's economy after COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has made one thing abundantly clear: when disaster strikes, major societal change is possible overnight.

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Hamish Lean looks at the potential amalgamation of Scotland's land dispute bodies. The Scottish government has launched a consultation about the possibility of amalgamating the Scottish Land Court and the Lands Tribunal in Scotland. The Scottish Land Court deals with crofting disputes and disputes b

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