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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie has announced a string of appointments and promotions. The firm has welcomed Vicki Provan, a former partner at the firm, who has taken on the role of commercial property consultant. Amen Chaudry has also joined the commercial property team as solicitor. &nb

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP’s Glasgow team will be moving to St Vincent Plaza, a Grade A office space in the heart of the city’s IFSD Central Business District. Managing partner, Fraser Gillies, believes the move will act as an ideal springboard for the new hybrid working model

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Rosina Dolan, a partner at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP, took to the streets of the capital earlier this month alongside 40,000 people to run the London Marathon. The solicitor’s efforts raised an impressive £2,240 – significantly exceeding her original £1k target &nd

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced a number of promotions across its offices in Scotland. Planning expert Nicola Martin, who is based in Edinburgh, is stepping up to the role of partner. Ms Martin, who is dual-qualified, specialises in advising on residential and renewable energy pro

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An employment lawyer has urged caution over the growing trend of "workation" policies allowing staff members to work remotely from a location of their choice, away from their home or office. Liam Entwistle, employment law specialist and chairman at law firm Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP, argu

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has promoted four members of staff: two to associate and two to senior solicitor. Sarajane Drake, from the firm’s commercial property team in Glasgow and Kirstin MacDonald, in the corporate team at the Inverness office, have each been promoted to the r

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An employment solicitor is calling for greater recognition of menopause in the workplace.  Liam Entwistle, employment law specialist and chairman at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP, believes more employers should take steps to introduce menopause policies, in order to acknowledge the

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Roddy Harrison has joined Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP as a partner.   Mr Harrison, who is ranked Band 3 in Chambers, formerly headed up BTO Solicitors’ private client team for 16 years before becoming a partner at Dentons in 2018.

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A raft of promotions have been announced across Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP’s offices in Scotland. The firm is celebrating the promotion of five members of staff, four to senior solicitor and one to associate.

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced its acquisition of the business of J Gibson Associates Ltd. in Edinburgh. The move comes as founder Jeff Gibson prepares to step down from the business, handing over to WJM which will continue to provide legal services to the firm’s client bas

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Liam Entwistle has been appointed as chairman at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM), succeeding Colin Brass after 15 years in the role. Commenting on his appointment, Mr Entwistle said: "It is a huge privilege and with it comes the responsibility for upholding our brand values.

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Wright, Johnson & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has published a free report to help a variety of industries manage social distancing in their working environments. The firm worked with 4c Engineering, with EU funding via Highlands and Islands Enterprise, to scope out various technologies that can assist w

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has unveiled a new look brand identity that underlines its commitment to delivering a quality service for clients in the face of the current pandemic. Fraser Gillies, managing partner at WJM, said: “Our brand purpose is to do the right thing, make a differe

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A construction law expert has warned against the potential consequences of communicating through post as workers are still being urged to stay at home. Ross Taylor, partner and construction law specialist at Wright, Johnston and Mackenzie LLP, has called on businesses to come together and stick to d

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Alison Marshall discusses women’s rights and discrimination, problems with the gender pay gap and parental leave, changes in legislation and the road to gender equality. Recent years have seen us celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the UK. It’s now 50 years since

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