Forty redundant as carve up of McClure Naismith gets underway

A total of 42 partners and staff of failed firm McClure Naismith have been left with no jobs to go to after the firm’s administrators worked to secure positions for the majority of the firm. The Scottish firm appointed FRP Advisory partners Tom MacLennan and Iain Fraser as joint administrators on Friday evening, a week after The Lawyer reported that that was the firm’s intention. [continued]

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