Harper Macleod has advised on the restructuring exercise which has seen Scottish headquartered retail fashion chain M&Co save 2,300 jobs and more than 200 stores, as well as the rescue of its Pension Scheme.
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Harper Macleod solicitor tops the class in STEP Awards on family inheritance and succession planning
Sarah Stewart, a Senior Solicitor in the Private Client team at Harper Macleod, has received a clean sweep of top awards from the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Harper Macleod advises fintech company Aveni as it seals £520,000 backing to transform professional advice sectors with AI technology
Harper Macleod advised Scottish fintech Aveni as it secured seed investment of £520,000 for its ground-breaking video conferencing based AI technology, which will transform client interaction in financial and professional advice sectors in the new age of ‘digital client service’.
Harper Macleod advise on £350,000 investment in Scottish care tech firm to tackle crisis in care at home
Scottish care tech company Time for You Care has secured a £350,000 investment led by ESM, the Stirling-based early-stage tech investment group. The cash injection comes as innovation in the care sector become increasingly vital as more people require support in their own home. Harper Macleod advised ESM on the investment.
Harper Macleod makes a piece of legal history as it advises on £107 million sale of manufacturer Low & Bonar
Leading law firm Harper Macleod is delighted to have advised on the Scottish aspects of the £107 million sale of technical textiles business Low & Bonar plc to German firm Freudenberg SE, a leading player in the global market for performance materials. The deal made legal history as, due to the Scottish courts being shut, it was the first Scottish Scheme of Arrangement to be sanctioned by way of a conference call.