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The Law Society should seek outside opinions from experienced solicitors rather than counsel, under a motion adopted by the council last week. If an opinion is sought from counsel by staff the president or another Law Society officeholder must be notified as soon as possible.

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Last year media and entertainment mega-deals had to compete for editorial space with less stellar transactions, as the sector moved towards predator consolidation and diversification at all levels. The year began with the £3bn MAI acquisition of United News and Media. The merger created one of the biggest media combines in the UK and one […]

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Perhaps it is a measure of the success of the Edinburgh Solicitors Property Centre (ESPC) that the taxi driver not only drove me straight to the door but double parked and went inside for a look. Every day 8,000 people join him and march into the smart, spacious central offices to view over 6,000 properties, […]

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