Shepherd+ Wedderburn has been appointed by the Water Industry Commission for Scotland on a three-year project designed to implement a licensing regime for retail competition in the Scottish water and sewerage industry.
David Armstrong of Bishops has been appointed the president of the Bridgeton Business Club, a networking group for East End of Glasgow business people. Monthly lunches will be held at Celtic Park. For further information on dates and speakers contact David via e-mail at email@example.com.
McGrigors, acting for the Royal Bank of Scotland, has closed a £34m funding arrangement for NHS Shared Business Services. The team was led by Stuart Brinkworth.
The Law Society of Scotland has selected I.T. company Visualfiles to supply a new regulatory management system after a nine month selection process.
Dundas & Wilson has announced the appointment of Simon Sale to their London practice. Sale joins D&W’s corporate group from Hammonds, where he has been since 1998, becoming partner in 2002.
Bishops has been awarded Preferred Provider status by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering, making it the first firm in Scotland to attain such status by ACE.
Sandra Cassells, a partner at DLA Piper and construction expert, has been appointed as Chair of the Scottish Committee of the Energy Industry Council.
Glasgow Graduate School of Law has appointed Brandon Nolan as the new co-director for its Construction LLM course. Nolan will replace Professor James Arnott who has retired from the position after ten years.
Hunter-PSM’s Willie Hunter has been appointed chairman of the trustees of Radio Forth’s Help a Child Appeal. Hunter is a conveyancing expert with more than 25 years experience in the Edinburgh property market.
Axios Systems has branched out into the US legal sector by picking up a contract to supply helpdesk services to leading law firm Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP in Columbus.