The Davidson Chalmers Stewart Corporate Team blends legal expertise with commercial insight to deliver a full spectrum of corporate and commercial services to clients of all sizes.
We build long-term relationships with our clients, working with them to achieve their commercial objectives. We invest time in understanding their particular business objectives and the challenges they face in order that we can deliver the best possible advice, whatever the situation.
We operate as a partner-led team, providing clear, practical and commercial advice to help deliver your business objectives. We work with speed and precision in order to complete transactions on time and within the agreed budget.
Our clients range from start-up businesses and entrepreneurs through to multinational listed corporations and everything in-between.
The team has an in-depth knowledge and experience in a range of sectors including healthcare, renewables, food and drink, life sciences and technology.
In addition, through our membership of the Globalaw network we can offer clients access to a wide range of carefully vetted international partners to deal with any cross border issues that may be relevant to our clients’ business.
The latest edition of the major research publication of lawyers worldwide, Legal 500, commented:
At Davidson Chalmers Stewart LLP, 'the level of service is excellent, as is the quality and commerciality of advice'.
Davidson Chalmers Stewart LLP is one of the most trusted names in the provision of renewable energy legal advice in Scotland. And when you’re operating in a sector as competitive and rapidly evolving as renewable energy you need lawyers who can deliver swift transactions, innovative solutions and prompt resolutions to complex disputes.
A typical law firm? Not really. But a partner for the people and businesses we work with? Absolutely.
Our determination to do things a better way is nothing without our clients. So if you like what you see and think we’d make a good team, let’s talk. Pick up the phone and call us direct or make specific enquiries to our individual email addresses across the website. Alternatively use the form to submit general questions and comments.