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Clyde & Co LLP
Silver Fin Building, Orega, Office 106 455 Union Street
Aberdeen AB11 6DB GB
Tel: +44 (0)1224 624 924
With offices in all Scotland's major cities Clyde & Co offer the support and management of a substantial law firm with local knowledge.
Located in Europe’s oil & gas capital, our Aberdeen office focuses on supporting some of the world’s largest oil & gas multi-nationals, as well as national and international insurance companies and local businesses.
Some of the world’s largest companies in the UK are based in Aberdeen. This office offers services in employment, health & safety and insurance litigation and general litigation. The team is led by partner solicitor advocates, sharing decades of experience.
Due to the road infrastructure and weather of the region, our team has extensive experience in dealing with catastrophic motor claims and serious criminal road traffic prosecutions, particularly regarding death by dangerous or careless driving.
As the north of Scotland and Grampian has a high concentration of industrial activity with traditional industries, agriculture, fishing, food process, paper making, distilling and domestic and commercial construction combined with more recent developments such as onshore and offshore oil and gas exploration and renewable energy, our Aberdeen team provides advice regarding regulatory matters and health and safety prosecutions including fatal accidents.
In employment law we provide a full range of services. As a recognised firm in the Legal 500, we provide a high level of service to a wide range of organisations, including pensions, immigration, trade union, data protection, and partnership advice. We also have strong relationships with leading employment law practices through our partnership with L & E Global, which enables us to offer a seamless integrated solution across a wide range of locations.
We work closely with our offices throughout the UK in providing employment advice and representation.
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