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New Partner at Harper Macleod

Following on from Harper Macleod’s recent announcement about its 14% growth in fee income, the leading law firm today announced the appointment of a new Partner, Gordon Hollerin.

Gordon has over 25 years' restructuring, corporate recovery and insolvency experience and is described by the leading independent legal directories as a "highly respected" figure in the market who "compares favourably with anyone". He advises banks and financial institutions, administrators and liquidators in large scale restructuring and insolvency assignments and supports some of the world’s top banks and financial institutions.

Gordon joins the firm from Semple Fraser and will be based in the firm’s Glasgow office. He also previously headed up DLA Piper’s Litigation, Insolvency and Regulatory Group in Scotland.

Professor Lorne Crerar, Chairman of Harper Macleod, commented, “We are delighted to welcome Gordon to our firm. Given that he has advised the industry for 25 years, his experience in, and knowledge of, the corporate recovery market is unrivalled and will further strengthen the service we provide our clients.”

Gordon said, “It is an exciting time to be joining Harper Macleod which has just announced extremely positive year-end figures and headcount growth. Looking at its progress over the past few years, Harper Macleod has gone from strength to strength even during difficult times and I’m looking forward to helping the firm build on that growth.“