Parabis Scotland, Solicitors, is a Multi-national Legal Practice regulated and approved
by The Law Society of Scotland whose professional rules can be accessed
http://www.lawscot.org.uk/rules-and-guidance. The partners are Anthony J.
O'Malley, Cameron McNaught, Laurie Traynor, Timothy G. Oliver and John T. Roberts and the principal
office is 5th Floor, The Centrum Building, 38 Queen Street, Glasgow, G1 3DX.
Parabis Scotland is not authorised by the Financial Services Authority. The Law
Society of Scotland is our designated professional body for the purposes of the
Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and licensing the carrying on of certain
regulated activities, as defined by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000
(Regulated Activities) Order 2001, as amended. We are licensed by the Law Society
of Scotland to carry on incidental financial business, so that we may carry on insurance
mediation activity, which is broadly the advising on and administration of insurance
contracts. If, after you have brought any issue or complaint to our attention, you
remain unhappy with any relevant insurance mediation advice we have given, you should
raise your concerns with The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission, The Stamp Office,
10-14 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 3 EG (see this link for online details: http://www.scottishlegalcomplaints.org.uk/).
Parabis Scotland has Professional Indemnity Insurance of £20,000,000 any one claim
which includes Professional Indemnity Insurance under The Law Society of Scotland
Master Policy Number 947Y031750. We are also covered by The Scottish Solicitors
Quality of Service
Our goal is to provide clients with consistently excellent advice of the utmost
quality, but any client not satisfied with our service or a bill of costs should
notify the matter immediately to the person carrying out their work, and to Mr.
Anthony J. O’Malley, Client Relations Manager. A copy of our Complaints Policy is
available to any client on request. If we and a client cannot reach a solution together,
that client can complain to The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission, The Stamp
Office, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 3 EG (see this link for online details:
Terms & Conditions
By accessing and viewing this website you accept and agree to the following terms:
Parabis Scotland has created this website and, other than as restricted by law,
accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage of whatever nature arising in any
way out of the use of or inability to use this website, or from any errors or omissions
in information contained in the website.
Parabis Scotland reserves the right to alter, suspend or discontinue any part of
this website or the services provided through it, including access to it.
Copyright and other intellectual property rights in the contents of this website,
including any brands, logos and marks contained in the website belong to Parabis
Law LLP or its licensors and licensees, including Parabis Scotland.
None of the content or material available from this website, where permission is
granted for downloading and/or circulation or otherwise, may be used for commercial
purposes. You are permitted to download and store, on a temporary basis, any of
the contents of this website provided this is solely to view the contents. You are
forbidden from permanently copying, storing or in any way re-distributing the contents
of this website except for the content made specifically available for downloads
such as publications. Content of that type may be downloaded only for personal use
or circulation within your business. The access, downloading and/or use by any person
of anything available from this website is entirely at the users own risk.
Any links to other websites provided by this website have been included for convenience
only and Parabis Scotland accepts no responsibility or liability for the contents
of, or any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with
use or reliance on the content of any linked website. The inclusion of any link
does not imply an endorsement by Parabis Scotland of the linked website.
We will take every care to ensure that the material displayed on this website is
correct, but it is made available for information only, and no representation is
given as to its quality, accuracy, fitness for purpose, or usefulness. In particular,
the materials on this website do not give specific legal advice and should not be
relied on as doing so and they do not create a contractual or solicitor client relationship
between Parabis Scotland and the users of the website.
Parabis Scotland will only use any personal data collected during use of this website
in accordance with existing UK data protection legislation and any terms of engagement
letter issued to you as a Parabis Scotland client.
Equality & Diversity
We are committed to promoting and implementing best practice in equality, diversity
and inclusion as employers, as providers of legal services, as purchasers of goods
and services and in our wider role in society.