It seems that Scottish firm Dundas & Wilson has been the most reluctant to leave the now defunct Andersen network. The Andersen switchboard is still operational, and if you ring it up and ask for any of the Dundas partners, the receptionist will put you straight through. None of the other former Andersen Legal firms are contactable through the switchboard anymore. The receptionist was not sure how long this facility would be available, but confirmed that Dundas is keeping her in a job. Are the Scots considering keeping the Andersen brand? Tulkinghorn wonders. And would this be well advised? Perhaps 'shredding', like 'wee' and 'bogey', has another meaning in the Scottish vernacular.