Gilson Gray offers fast-lane debt recovery for Road Haulage Association members
Monday, February 23rd, 2015
on behalf of Gilson Gray
Members of the trade association – which represents road haulage and logistics businesses across the UK – will be able to use Gilson Gray for advice on a range of legal matters within Scotland.
“We anticipate this tie-up will generate a considerable amount of activity, particularly with the industry members who often require a substantial amount of legal help especially in areas such as acquisitions and debt recovery.”
“We proactively seek to partner with businesses that we know will provide the best service around before offering recommendations.
Glen Gilson, Managing Partner at Gilson Gray, said: “We are delighted to be working with the Road Haulage Association. We are keen to provide commercially realistic and useful advice that businesses can immediately benefit from. Businesses, such as the members of RHA, want clear and cost effective advice; advice that solves a problem or improves matters financially.
“The legal industry needs to be more accessible, commercially relevant in respect of advice, and indeed transparent on cost, and we are proud to offer those qualities to the RHA membership.”
Since bursting on to the law scene in 2014 as the biggest full service firm to open in Scotland in more than 100 years, Gilson Gray has been cherry picking talent from across the legal sectors.
It has been able to develop a significant market presence in the following months and has recently acquired two financial advisory businesses, taking assets under management to a little short of £100m.
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