Murray Beith Murray is delighted to retain its position in the ‘Legal 500 UK 2018’ rankings announced on Monday (29 October) and see a record 6 of our team individually recommended.
The firm’s asset protection and executry groups are described as ‘competent’, ‘steady, prompt and sensible’ with ‘substantial experience’ and all five Partners who specialise in these practice areas, Hugh Younger, Ruthven Gemmell, Carole Hope, Peter Shand and Andrew Paterson are individually recommended together with Associate, Caroline Pringle.
In recognition of the skills and service provided, clients and other advisers praised Hugh Younger’s ‘client skills’; Ruthven Gemmell for being ‘knowledgeable and prepared to argue his case’; Carole Hope’s ‘particular strength in spotting the key issues’ and ‘cutting through the nonsense’; and Andrew Paterson as ‘a pragmatic and forward-thinking lawyer’. Peter Shand’s recent work with business owners and business families is also cited together with Caroline Pringle’s complex work for internationally domiciled private clients with significant asset bases in multiple jurisdictions.
Hugh Younger, Senior Partner at Murray Beith Murray, says ‘These results are always important to us. Not only does the Legal 500 UK independently evaluate the quality of work that we deliver each year, it also allows our clients and professional contacts the opportunity to share their experiences – making these rankings very meaningful. We are delighted to be thought of so highly and we are committed to maintain and continually improve the service that we provide to our clients.’
Murray Beith Murray have a number of dual qualified solicitors (Scotland and England/Wales) and are able to advise on a range of legal issues. To discuss your matter, please call us now on 0131 341 3741 or complete the enquiry form.