Donald Lawrie Morrison is an associate in the firm’s global Corporate Practice, admitted in Scotland and based in the London office.

    Donald works with clients across a diverse range of sectors, with experience advising on mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, group reorganisations, business funding and general day-to-day corporate law advisory matters.

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    • Acted for the owners of a major North Sea natural gas transportation and processing system in a wide-ranging corporate reorganisation and simplification of the group structure.
    • Co-managed an internal group reorganisation project for the UK’s foremost leather manufacturer, under which multiple separate operating subsidiaries were consolidated into one single operating company.
    • Advising an oil and gas offshore services company on a multijurisdictional intragroup reorganisation, including changes to the group structure, intragroup debt rationalisation, debt capitalisation, and cash repatriation.
    • Acted for a global offshore drilling contractor with its equity investment in a provider of specialist crane and lifting technology to the offshore industry.
    • Co-managed the sale of a technology outsourcing business specialising in applications and databases for clinical trials to a leading San Francisco-based clinical trial technology company.
    • Acted for a technology company specialising in technologies for law enforcement, social media and cloud companies to find and block harmful content, in relation to a Series A equity investment.
    • Acted for the owners of a major holiday parks group as part of its sale to one of the leading UK leisure operators.

    Education

    • Robert Gordon University, Diploma in Professional Legal Practice, (Distinction), 2016
    • Robert Gordon University, LL.B., (Accelerated), 2015

    Admissions

    • Scotland, 2019

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Member of the Law Society of Scotland, 2019
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