Dundas mulls ending joint MP model with new election
Leading Scots firm Dundas & Wilson is set for a leadership election, with the firm considering moving away from its joint managing partner model. Edinburgh-based managing partner Alan Campbell is unlikely to stand in the leadership election, having said when he took up the role in 2006 that he only intended to serve one term. However, it is understood that London-based joint managing partner Donald Shaw will stand again.
Leading Scots firm Dundas & Wilson is set for a leadership election, with the firm considering moving away from its joint managing partner model.
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