Caroline Harwood joined Rooney Nimmo in 2017 having spent eight years practicing as a corporate lawyer in Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Bre is responsible for business and administrative support to the team, as well as acting as an executive on transactions. She also undertakes more general dispute resolution work including guardianship applications, commercial disputes, debt recovery and regularly appears in the Sheriff Court on behalf of her clients. He acts as Edinburgh agent for many firms outside Edinburgh, in Court of Session and Sheriff Court cases. He has been quoted frequently in various publications including Inside Counsel and Law360. Fraser joined Rooney Nimmo as a newly qualified lawyer in 2018.
With the backing of his clients, Allan founded the firm in 2007 and attributes its growth to its commitment to providing the highest possible level of client service, coupled with sophisticated business-focused legal advice. He maintains an active interest in the success of this endeavour. Bre is not a solicitor or attorney. He is extremely experienced in both Sheriff Court and Court of Session actions. He is licensed to practice law in the states of New York and New Jersey, and is also admitted to practice law before the United States District Courts for the Southern, Eastern, Western, and Northern Districts of New York; the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey; the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut; the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Bre has had previous work experience in a business and financial consulting agency prior to moving to the U. Areas of practice: Commercial Property Keith Dunlop is a solicitor admitted in Scotland. She also has many years of experience in security work for both commercial and individual clients. Dawn Robertson is qualified as a solicitor in Scotland and has practised law since qualifying in 1999. Mike has considerable litigation expertise, over the last 20 years, having worked in both a large commercial practice and a smaller, specialist court firm. Her pro bono work includes time spent with the Legal Aid Society and Kids in Need of Defense.
John has extensive experience of national and international acquisitions, disposals and investments of material size and at the other end of the spectrum of helping start up, spin out and growth companies, acting variously for management, the company and investors. Joan is qualified to practice law in New York and Hong Kong. The Trade register entry was last updated on Nov 15, 2018. She has experience in a wide range of corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, investments, corporate reorganisations and intellectual property. Ross is a former part time tutor at the University of Edinburgh tutoring in Commercial Leasing in the Professional Practice Post Graduate Unit. He excels in navigating clients through complex legal and business issues to achieve desired outcomes. Place your trust in verified data from the European market leader Creditreform.
Sarah also specialises in renewables and currently handles projects for wind farm developer clients. Christina is admitted as an attorney in New York and New Jersey. Nadia Zaidi is a graduate of New York Law School, where she graduated with honors. Areas of practice: Corporate, Commercial Property John Cumming is a solicitor admitted in Scotland. Caroline is admitted as a solicitor and notary public in Scotland.
Lew has operated an international legal practice based in London for over 30 years. He is admitted as an attorney in New York, New Jersey and Georgia. He has also taught law at his alma mater, the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, has written academic articles on issues involving tort and medical ethics, and is a frequent speaker on matters relating to civil procedure and criminal defense. He is the chairman of the German British Chamber of Commerce in Scotland and speaks German fluently. In addition to her private practice caseload, Jill assists Rooney Nimmo clients on real estate and tax and estate planning. In his career, he has successfully engineered multi-million-dollar deals and litigated cases in federal court and in state trial and appellate courts.
Joan Hon gives clients tremendous value and unique insight in her international complex commercial litigation and regulatory practice, which focuses on financial services and securities, white-collar crime, and internal investigations. Over twenty-four years of practice Mr. Natalie recently joined the team as a trainee solicitor in January 2017. Edward studied History at Durham University, graduating in 2006, before returning to Edinburgh to studied law at Edinburgh University in 2009. Josh began his practice as corporate counsel for the largest utility in the United States, and later practiced as a litigator at a large multi-state law firm. The company reports contain information on the company's ownership structure and its 2 shareholders.
Josh is qualified to practice law in Georgia and New York. The company has one location. David particularly enjoys planning matters and has considerable public enquiry work experience. Ross also acts for funders and has deal structuring experience for private joint venture arrangements. He also represents high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs.
He also deals with debt recovery and bankruptcy, guardianship applications, adults with incapacity and criminal law matters, including Road Traffic offences. Sarah studied at Napier University and the University of Edinburgh and qualified as a solicitor in 2008. David is also familiar with commercial litigation and dispute resolution, having represented clients through all phases of litigation in state and federal court. Odini Gogo represents public and private companies in a wide range of complex commercial transactions. Always up-to-date and immediately available. .
Bill works with clients to secure domestic and international trademark, copyright, and patent protections, to enforce and defend client rights, and to advise on commercializing intellectual property. Sean additionally enjoyed an extensive state and federal litigation and arbitration practice. This practice focuses on growing and protecting shareholder value for investors in technology based businesses and assisting with developing and documenting global business development strategies. His role is focussed on identifying stakeholders who are seeking investment, transformation and growth as well as areas within high growth companies, private equity and funds which would benefit from original solutions. He also provides advise to start-up companies and to institutional and private investors.