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Stephanie also has a number of years experience in commercial litigation and has advised and represented clients in a wide range of disputes in the Sheriff Court, District Courts and Tribunals. She has been the principal adviser to a number of RSL clients and an interest in housing law which has led to her conducting complex housing law cases. Stephanie is also actively involved in offering training to clients on wide range of topics and prepares training notes and client briefings.
Mary is a member of the team that won the prestigious "Insolvency Team of the Year" award at the Law Awards of Scotland 2012.
Jill also advises both private sector and public sector clients in relation to all types of commercial contracts including contracts for services, agency, distribution, licence agreements, franchise agreements, terms and conditions of business, joint venture agreements, funding agreements and loan agreements
Prior to joining the firm, Amy worked at the Forestry Commission headquarters in Edinburgh, providing support to their Human Resources department.
Calum is experienced in a wide range of both rural and commercial property work, advising a wide range of clients. He has acted for developers, landowners and community groups in a number of renewable energy projects.
Lindsay advises a variety of the firm's clients, both individuals and organisations, on all aspects of employment law.
Jennifer advises clients in both the public and private sector, on both contentious and non-contentious employment law issues. Recent work has included advice in relation to TUPE, collective redundancy consultation, disability discrimination and successfully representing a claimant at tribunal in a lengthy unfair dismissal claim.
Nadia's work involves contacting debtors, enforcing repayment of debts, arranging & managing repayment schemes, and general litigation work. Her remit within the department includes the raising and management of court actions for recovery. She has particular experience of the use of sequestration in the recovery of local authority debt. She is also involved in providing training and updates for clients.
Nadia also assists both Professor Lorne Crerar and Dawn McKenzie in providing general banking advice and research into specific areas of banking law, as regularly requested by clients of the firm. In this capacity, Nadia has worked in-house for one of the firm's major clients, and is involved in the provision of an external legal helpdesk for them.
Collette provides advice and assistance to many Registered Social Landlords (RSLs), local authorities and other public bodies in Scotland, particularly in relation to governance, regulatory and constitutional issues. Collette regularly advises clients in relation to the application of legislative developments and the development and implementation of policy, as well as general advisory work. Collette is experienced in advising on a wide range of local authority matters, including housing, public procurement, commercial conveyancing, contractual issues and litigation. Collette has experience of supporting local authorities with the establishment of shared services. Collette is also a member of the Trainee and Newly Qualified (TANQ) Society, a charity which is responsible for arranging and developing seminars and events for new entrants to the legal profession.
Limor advises on a range of commercial property matters, including landlord and tenant, utilities, property aspects of insolvency, corporate finance and restructuring.
Limor completed a Masters in International Commercial Law at the University of Glasgow, which she completed with distinction and as dux.