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New director joins DWF's insurance practice in Glasgow

08 October 2019
Lynne Macfarlane
DWF, the global legal business, has recruited senior insurance litigator, Lynne Macfarlane, as a director in its Scottish insurance practice.  

Lynne joins DWF's insurance team from Clyde and Co, where (via a merger) she has spent the entire 20 years of her legal career. She has extensive experience in defending leading insurers against employers’ liability, public liability, catastrophic injury, road traffic accidents, product liability and regulatory claims. 

Lynne is also a solicitor advocate, with rights of audience in the supreme courts, regularly appearing at pre-trial meetings and preparing written pleadings.

Andrew Lothian, DWF's head of general insurance in Scotland, said: "We are delighted to welcome Lynne to the insurance practice in Scotland. She is a senior and experienced insurance litigator who will add substantial breadth to our insurance legal services provision, for the benefit of insurer clients both in Scotland and further afield." 

Lynne said: "DWF has an enviable reputation as a leading legal provider to insurers, not only for complex and casualty work but also for its approach to providing an award-winning analytical and technology-led service. I am really looking forward to being a part of the future success of the insurance practice in Scotland."

 

For more information, please contact:
Lianne Rimmer, PR Manager
Tel: 07892 701746
Email: lianne.rimmer@dwf.law

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