15 September, 2020
An article by Ampersand’s Nick McAndrew appears in this month’s edition of the Law Society Journal, and will hopefully be of interest to those familiar with – and new to – construction adjudication. He comments on new services for resolving ‘Low Value’ disputes, and the Dickie Moore decision on ‘severance’ of an adjudicator’s award. Full […]
15 September, 2020
Congratulations to Ampersand’s Jamie Dawson QC on taking silk. Jamie is amongst 10 new silks announced today, appointed by Her Majesty the Queen on the recommendation of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Jamie called in 2004. He has a wide ranging civil practice involving both appearance and advisory work. He has experience of appearing in both […]
27 August, 2020
The fourth edition of W. Green’s Concise guide to Public Law by Ampersand’s Paul Reid has been published. The book provides comprehensive, up-to-date and accessible coverage of the key areas of Scottish public law and can be found on the Sweet & Maxwell website here.
7 August, 2020
The Management Committee and members of Ampersand Advocates would like to acknowledge the long service of Head Clerk, Alan Moffat, who began working as a Deputy Clerk in the Ferguson Stable in July 2000. He became Head Clerk and Practice Manager of the newly formed Ampersand set in April 2007. He currently heads up our […]
13 July, 2020
Comment by Lauren Sutherland QC – “First Do No Harm”: The report of the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review
On the 8th of July The Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review, chaired by Baroness Julia Cumberlege published its long awaited report. Titled “First Do No Harm” it comes after a two-year review of patients in relation to Primodos , sodium valproate  and pelvic mesh implants . Hernia mesh was not included in […]
5 July, 2020
What next in Hearts & Partick Thistle’s case against relegation? Ampersand’s Paul Reid talks to the BBC
Ampersand’s Paul Reid joined BBC Scotland’s Sportsound programme to answer key questions following the Court of Session hearing that decided Hearts and Partick Thistle’s legal challenge to their relegations will be heard by an arbitration panel. You can view the BBC Sport article here.