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Senior associate and solicitor advocate Michael Collins has joined BTO Solicitors LLP’s property and professional liability team. Mr Collins trained with BTO, qualifying in 2009, and progressed through the ranks in the firm’s insurance litigation team until 2020. He has since spent two y

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BTO Solicitors LLP has announced the appointment of new partner Fraser Hopkins to its construction team. Highly regarded in his field, he will co-lead the commercial side of BTO’s contentious construction caseload alongside partner Jilly Petrie.

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BTO Solicitors LLP has announced the appointment of Mark Colquhoun as a senior associate in its real estate team. Mark has specialised in advising on a wide array of commercial real estate issues for over 15 years. His client base includes a range of institutional investors, funds, local developers,

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Julie Scott-Gilroy looks at how well the construction industry's payment regime is working. Payment in the construction industry is regulated by the Construction Act 1996, as amended by the LDEDC Act 2009. One of the reasons behind the introduction of the Construction Act 1996 was to ease cashflow a

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Ann O'Connell Independent Scottish law firm BTO Solicitors is encouraging organisations operating in the construction sector to ensure they are maximising their compliance with building standards ahead of a special event on the topic organised by Local Authority Building Standards Scotland (LABSS) a

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Julie Scott Payment in the construction industry is regulated by the Housing Grants, Construction & Regeneration Act 1996. The payment regime had an overhaul with the introduction of the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act in 2009, which amended the 1996 Act. The provision

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