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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.
Glasgow: 48 St. Vincent Street Glasgow G2 5HS 0141 221 8012
Edinburgh: One Edinburgh Quay 133 Fountainbridge Edinburgh EH3 9QG 0131 222 2939
Helensburgh: 77-81 Sinclair Street Helensburgh G84 8TG 01436 671 221
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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) published a Report in relation to workplace fatalities in the agricultural sector on 19 July 2021. This sector remains the worst industrial sector for fatalities.
BTO is delighted to announce the appointment of Donna Brennan as Legal Director in its BTO Raeburn Hope office in Helensburgh, where she will manage the firm’s Wills, Estates and Succession Planning team.
Lynne Cardow, a partner at BTO Solicitors LLP, has been awarded specialist accreditation in professional negligence by The Law Society of Scotland, and is one of only ten Scottish solicitors to hold this accreditation. A double achievement, Lynne has also become a Certified Specialist in Cyber Security along with Lynn Richmond, a Partner in BTO’s Data Protection team.
BTO is delighted to announce the launch of its free Fertility Law Advice Service for couples and individuals who are embarking on their fertility treatment journey.
Over the last 18 months, the way the nation works has changed more quickly and dramatically than anyone could have anticipated. In this panel session, we will consider the opportunities and challenges modern working presents. Our panel will consider who may benefit from new ways of working and the risks of not keeping in step with these changes.
In this session, we will provide a review of the current state of play in occupational illness claims including a quantum update. The following will be covered: • QOCS • COVID-19 • Mesothelioma • Deafness
Menopause is in the news: The House of Commons’ Women and Equalities Committee is currently carrying out an inquiry into menopause issues in the workplace. One of the questions they are addressing is whether the menopause should be a separate protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010, in the same way as pregnancy and maternity.
Scotland’s Zoom Boom has triggered a botched plastic surgery epidemic… As of 1 October 2021, England saw change to prevent the administration of Botox or Fillers in under 18-year-olds. What’s more, England should expect further regulation following the recent conclusion of the APPG Inquiry into non-surgical cosmetic procedures.