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Welcome to BTO Solicitors LLP
BTO is an independent Scottish Law firm with offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. You will receive a premier service from our experienced team which caters for the Scots law needs of organisations in the private and public sectors and for individuals. We also provide access to international legal advice through the Mackrell International global network.
We make it our business to know and thoroughly understand your business and personal legal requirements so that we can provide tailored advice and the results you need. Clients range from major insurers to the main medical defence organisations, commercial businesses, housebuilders, established manufacturers, well known retailers, financial institutions, public sector organisations and individuals. Clients welcome our reliability, value for money and transparency.
You may have received correspondence from Attorney: Barr, Richard Grater Herwitt. For the avoidance of doubt, BTO is not connected in any way with Richard Grater Herwitt Barr.
Contact: BTO Glasgow 0141 221 8012 | BTO Edinburgh 0131 222 2939
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BTO Solicitors LLP is delighted to announce that Teens + is our nominated charity for 2019.
On Tuesday 19 February 2019, Jonathan Tait, a solicitor in BTO’s Media & Entertainment team, will be presenting the workshop “Music Industry Contract Essentials, Copyright and Monetising Intellectual Property” as part of the Scottish Music Industry Association’s (SMIA) innovation-led development programme. This programme is designed to help nurture business talent and build infrastructure in Scotland's music industry.
Leading independent Scottish law firm BTO Solicitors is proud to be headline sponsor of the prestigious Edinburgh Art Fair (EAF) for a second year. The 14th annual Fair, now the largest of its kind in the UK outside of London, is running from Friday 23 – Sunday 25 November at Edinburgh Corn Exchange.
On 29 October 2018, Philip Hammond announced changes to Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”) in his Autumn Budget.
PART 1:Managing health issues and avoiding disability discrimination in the workplace GLASGOW - FULLY BOOKED
This is the first of two practical sessions which will examine some of the key issues that arise in avoiding disability discrimination in the workplace.
This is the second of two practical sessions which will examine some of the key issues that arise in avoiding disability discrimination in the workplace
PART 2: Managing health issues and avoiding disability discrimination in the workplace GLASGOW FULLY BOOKED
This is the second of two practical sessions which will examine some of the key issues that arise in avoiding disability discrimination in the workplace.