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Our services from offices in Scotland are provided by DLA Piper Scotland LLP which is part of DLA Piper. DLA Piper is a global law firm operating through various separate and distinct legal entities. For further information about these entities and DLA Piper's structure, please refer to the Legal Notices page.
DLA Piper Scotland LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in Scotland (registered number SO300365) whose registered office is at Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2AA.
Our United Kingdom VAT registration number is GB 823 8098 15.
DLA Piper Scotland LLP can be contacted at its registered office, or by telephone, +44 (0)8700 111111, or by email.
DLA Piper Scotland LLP is a body recognised by the Law Society of Scotland. The firm and its members are regulated by the Law Society of Scotland. The regulations of the Law Society of Scotland which is the representative and regulatory body for regulated firms, for Scottish qualified solicitors, and for other regulated individuals, can be can be found at here.
Each member of DLA Piper Scotland LLP is either a solicitor of the Supreme Court in Scotland or a registered foreign lawyer (being an individual registered with the Law Society of Scotland under section 60A(2) of the Solicitors (Scotland) Act 1980). A list of the members of DLA Piper Scotland LLP is open to inspection at its registered office.
The word "partner" is used to refer to a member of DLA Piper Scotland LLP, or an employee or consultant with equivalent standing and qualifications, and to a partner, member, director, employee or consultant in another DLA Piper practising entity who has equivalent standing.
Further information on our people and their professional qualifications can be found on this site in the people section.
Professional liability insurance
Our professional indemnity insurer is Travelers Insurance Company Limited whose address is Exchequer Court 33 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8AG. This insurance covers our practices in the United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, Australia, Africa and Asia and extends to acts and omissions wherever they occur in the world.
In certain jurisdictions professional indemnity insurance is required to be placed locally in accordance with statute or regulation. Where there are such requirements we have policies in place to meet these obligations, details of which can be supplied on request.
We are committed to providing the highest quality services to all of our clients. Please tell us if something goes wrong by contacting the matter partner responsible for the work who will supply you with a copy of our complaint handling procedure on request.
If we are unable to resolve a problem through our internal complaint handling procedure, our client may refer the matter to the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission.
Additional legal notices with general application can be found on the Legal Notices page.