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Dundas & Wilson has confirmed the hire of 12 lawyers from collapsed firm Semple Fraser, with five joining as consultants.
Former Dundas & Wilson partner John Pike, who left the firm after less than a year, has resurfaced at Osborne Clarke, as a number of other lawyers also leave the Scottish firm’s London office.
It was fast becoming one of the worst-kept secrets in the legal market. For months rumours had been circulating that Scottish heavyweight Dundas & Wilson and Westminster firm Bircham Dyson Bell were in merger talks, yet both sides continued to be economical with the truth, repeatedly dismissing the stories as nonsense.
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Merger speculation surrouding Scotland-headquartered Dundas & Wilson is intensifying as the firm gears up to hold its first partner conference since new management took over in the summer.
Dundas & Wilson has been appointed sole legal adviser to energy efficiency solutions company Anesco.
Merger talks between Edinburgh-headquartered Dundas & Wilson and London firm Bircham Dyson Bell have collapsed after partners at the respective firms gave a lukewarm reaction to the proposed deal.
Edinburgh-headquartered Dundas & Wilson looks set to attain its goal of bulking up in London after launching official merger talks with London firm Bircham Dyson Bell.
Dundas & Wilson has promoted 10 senior associates to its partnership across its offices, including seven women.
Scottish firm Dundas & Wilson has teamed up with Cass Business School to launch a legal project management and business programme for its partners and staff.
Scottish firm Dundas & Wilson has lost two partners, with insolvency specialist John Verrill quitting for US firm Chadbourne & Parke and competition head Peter Willis defecting to Bird & Bird.
Dundas & Wilson’s co-head of infrastructure Andrew Renton has left the firm.
Dundas & Wilson has seen another partner exit the firm with City corporate specialist Julian Mathews joining Wedlake Bell as part of double hire for the London firm.
The Scots have a reputation for being keen on a bargain, and the speed with which firms have cherry-picked teams of lawyers from the wreckage of Semple Fraser has done nothing to dispel that particular stereotype.
Dundas & Wilson has launched a Legal Services Unit (LSU), billed as a ‘firm within a firm’, to do routine work cheaply for clients.
Scotland-headquartered Dundas & Wilson has launched a probe into a sector head who obtained confidential information about a client that prejudiced a tender process.
Dundas & Wilson managing partner Donald Shaw has stood down from the role with immediate effect.
Eversheds is set to boost its real estate team in London with a partner from Dundas & Wilson.
Scottish firm Dundas & Wilson has hired a five-strong banking team, including two partners, from Stephenson Harwood.