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Joining TLT from Gilson Gray, Keith brings over a decade of experience to TLT’s commercial dispute resolution team in Scotland. A highly experienced commercial litigator, Keith acts for a wide variety of high-profile individuals and organisations in business, sport and politics, including on complex cross-border disputes, property disputes, contentious insolvencies and fraud claims.
A well-known and respected commercial litigator, he has become a go-to advisor to several football clubs and has in-depth experience providing advice to players, clubs, and representatives on a wide range of legal matters. Some of Keith’s work has included acting as in-house counsel for Rangers Football Club and advising on insolvency and regulatory matters for the administrators of Heart of Midlothian plc.
At TLT, Keith will support the firm on general commercial litigation matters expanding on the firm’s expertise in its core sectors – future energy, digital, financial services, leisure, food & drink, real estate and retail and consumer goods – as well as sports.
Keith joins TLT’s growing team in Edinburgh and follows the recent appointments of leading corporate partner Douglas Roberts, commercial managing associate Dr Julie Nixon, corporate senior associate Nimarta Cheema and real estate managing associate Amy Campbell.
John Paul Sheridan, head of location in Scotland commented: “Keith is a talented litigator with experience advising high-profile clients on complex matters. He is well-known in the Scottish Courts and has earnt a reputation as someone who delivers impactful results for his clients. As well as playing a central part in expanding our commercial dispute resolution offering in Scotland, Keith has an unrivalled understanding of the commercial courts in Edinburgh, which will be instrumental to the service we provide to our clients. Keith brings a wealth of experience to our team, and we are delighted to have him on board.”
Keith Anderson, partner at TLT said: “I’m delighted to be joining the team in Scotland. This is a great opportunity for me to grow my practice in Edinburgh. I’m delighted to be joining TLT during what is a period of significant growth both nationally and in Scotland. Demand in the litigation market in Scotland continues to increase. TLT is well positioned across all sectors to support clients as this need continues to rise.”
05 September 2023