Do you need a Shareholders Agreement?

shareholders agreement

Going into business with someone can be a little like going into a marriage – it’s fine if it’s all going well, but if problems develop the “divorce” can be terribly acrimonious and terribly expensive! If you are a shareholder in a private limited company, there are some very good reasons for having a Shareholders […]

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Cecilia Miller, Commercial Lawyer at Walker Laird


Today, our most recent recruit Cecilia Miller, gives us an insight into her experience in law and what she aims to achieve on joining Walker Laird. I qualified as a lawyer over 20 years ago, and, since then, have spent my time specialising in commercial property, doing deals and giving advice to buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, […]

Business Rates and what you need to know about the 2017 revaluation

Residential Tenancies

This year will see a revaluation of business rates. Revaluations like this happen every five years. The Scottish Assessors conduct a revaluation exercise to determine the rateable value of public and private non-domestic property. This revaluation was supposed to have taken place in 2015 but was postponed until this year.   Will you be affected […]

Walker Laird At The Business Lunch

We are delighted to be attending The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice Business Lunch this Friday, an annual and much-anticipated event on the Scottish Business calendar. The Glasgow City Chambers will host an afternoon of both business and pleasure, with the opportunity to meet others and network while supporting Glasgow’s hospice. Chartered Accountants, Campbell Dallas are […]

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