Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie May Audio Newsletter (full show)
In this month's show we hear from WJM’s new Managing Partner Fraser Gillies on his plans for WJM and the recent merger with BMK Wilson. Liam Entwistle talks about Dispute Resolution and exactly what a dispute is. Steven Docherty explains how WJM can help entrepreneurs set up their businesses in a sound manner and Andrew Pattie looks at a case in Dundee which has landed a driver with a £24,000 parking bill.
Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie is delighted to be one of the lead partners in The Herald's year long Entrepreneur campaign for 2017. If you’re thinking of starting a business or taking on a franchise, WJM can help you get the most appropriate structure in place for your business to develop properly. Steven Docherty explains how important it is for entrepreneurs to seek legal advice at the start of their business journey.
Fraser Gillies is Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie's new Managing Partner, taking over from Liam Entwistle. Here Fraser talks about how we are expanding our services in Scotland by merging with BMK Wilson on 29th May.
We all dread returning to our car to find a parking ticket fixed to the windscreen. Recently one woman in Dundee received a shock after being taken to court by a private parking firm. She hadn’t paid more than 200 parking penalties, thinking they were unenforceable. The Sheriff Court disagreed with her and told her she had to pay £24,500 to the parking firm. WJM’s Andrew Pattie explains more about the case and what its implications might be for drivers in the future.