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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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A solicitor has been elected to represent Scotland at a global level as part of a worldwide professional network. Ian Macdonald, partner at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP, was re-elected as a STEP (The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) council member following a members’ vote, a

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It is certainly an interesting time for the renewables industry in Scotland. Despite ongoing political (and consequent economic) uncertainty, the revival of the on-shore wind sector following the post Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs) downturn continues apace, and shows no sign of slowing do

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Two solicitors from the Inverness office of Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) have announced their retirements after over 88 combined years in the legal profession. George MacWilliam and Ian A MacDonald, both Inverness locals, have been with WJM since the firm merged with MacArthur & Co

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Public procurement policy and practice, when it comes to facilitating SME involvement, seems to be focused solely upon ensuring there are opportunities at a sub-contract level. But, asks Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie legal director Roddy Cormack, does this focus miss the sweet spot in terms of ac

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Construction specialist Ross Taylor has joined Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP as partner. Mr Taylor, who has headed up Taylor Law in Dunfermline for the past 10 years, will be working as part of the firm’s construction team from today, specialising in contentious construction disputes.

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Family law specialists Roger Mackenzie and Emma Letham have joined Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP. Mr Mackenzie, who joins WJM as partner, has specialised in family law since 2005, and led Digby Brown’s family law and adoption practice from 2015. His experience includes acting for indivi

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The Inverness branch of law firm Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has acquired the practice of Calum I Duncan Corporate Lawyers in the city. The move comes as Calum Duncan announces his retirement – and while his office closed on 30 June, WJM will continue to provide legal services t

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has expanded to new premises in Inverness and taken on seven new recruits. Angus MacLeod, lead partner at WJM’s Inverness office, said the move marked a significant step in developing the firm’s services.

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has given a warm welcome to Angus Rutherford, Michal Polaski and Sarah Rasul who have joined the firm for four weeks on its summer placement scheme.

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced growth in Inverness with seven new recruits and an office expansion. Broadening the law firm’s service offering, the raft of new hires sees staff numbers hike from 18 to 25 while the premises have been extended to almost 3,000sqft.

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