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Our lawyers are dual-qualified in Scotland and England & Wales, with experience in the shipping sector and particular expertise in the ports and cruise sectors. They bring extensive experience in construction, energy and property disputes, with a vast knowledge of both local and international markets.
Our Scotland office also work collaboratively with practice areas across our global network to service our clients across a wealth of legal and consultancy matters in key industries, from maritime to energy, both across the country and internationally.
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News / Ince Scotland bolsters offering within real estate and regulatory
01-12-2022 / Real Estate
We are delighted to announce that Greg Smith and Ross Cameron have joined our team in Scotland.
News / Ince celebrates one year since Scotland office opening
23-11-2022 / Insurance, Maritime, Real Estate
We are pleased to be celebrating one year since opening our first Scottish office in the city of Glasgow. Stefanie Johnston, dual-qualified Partner and Head of Scotland, has worked tirelessly over the last year to develop our offering through the opening of an Ince office in what is arguably an established Scottish market. Starting from the ground up, Stefanie and her team have successfully gained an admirable reputation in the region and further afield in the maritime, insurance, real estate and regulatory sectors.
News / Ince Scotland: Acquittal secured in marine prosecution - July 2022
02-09-2022 / Maritime
Dual-Qualified Partner, Stefanie Johnston, led the team from Ince, assisted by Iain Franklin, Senior Associate, following a Scottish instruction to act on behalf of Mr. Steven Davie, who was being prosecuted for alleged breaches of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 and The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 (“COLREGS”). The defence at trial was conducted by David Nicolson, advocate from Compass Chambers. Mr. Davie’s legal team successfully secured his acquittal at Inverness Sheriff Court.
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News / Thélem’s the breaks: recovering English solicitors’ fees in the Scottish Courts
10-08-2022 / Maritime
Kirkwood v. Thélem Assurances  CSOH 53 A recent Outer House Opinion has provided welcome clarity on the recovery of English solicitors’ fees in the Scottish Courts.
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