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MBM Commercial act for Clients in Connection with Whisky Distillery Development in Edinburgh

Jane Ramsay and Jennifer Noble are delighted to have acted for clients -  Muckle Brig Limited -  in connection with their proposed whisky distillery development at Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh. You can read more in The Scotman article here. 
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MBM heads to Germany on trade mission

I was delighted to join the Scottish Business Minister, Paul Wheelhouse, on a trade delegation to Munich in October. The Munch entrepreneurial ecosystem is more focussed on B2B when contrast with Berlin (B2C), Frankfurt (Fintech) or Cologne (Insurtech). It was fascinating to see the differences and similarities between what is going on in Edinburgh and London. The delegation visited the Economic Ministry, incubators and universities as well as paying a visit to IBM’s Watson Internet of Things Global HQ (in Munich’s tallest Building) and BMW HQ, offering a fascinating insight into the future of motoring. We have made some very useful...
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Where there is a will, there is a lawsuit: Third Party Funding of Litigation in Scotland

Throughout 2016 the Dispute Resolution have been looking at innovative ways to help clients pursue claims, and litigate where necessary. Increasingly, this has seen the team working with a number of different litigation funders, and as their recent and successful seminar on litigation funding demonstrated, there is no shortage of interest in this area. Mr Carlyle was no exception. What allowed him to have his day in court was the involvement of third party litigation funders. The Carlyle case is far from complete, however. The issue which the Supreme Court had been asked to consider was simply that of liability: had...
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Staff News

We would like to update you on some recent staff news and appointments:

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Landlords – Take Action!

New energy performance regulations came into force on 1 September 2016 which will make Landlords consider carefully whether to lease or sell an existing commercial property. The Assessment of Energy Performance of Non-domestic Buildings (Scotland) Regulations 2016 ("the Regulations") stem from Section 63 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 which provides for regulations to be made for: (1) the assessment of the energy performance of existing non-domestic buildings and greenhouse gas emissions from such buildings; and (2) building owners to take steps to improve the energy performance of, and reduce emissions from, such buildings.  Under the new Regulations which came into...
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