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Declining turnover and falling profits at Scotland's law firms could accelerate the move to multii-disciplinary practices, says Charles Barnett of PKF.
Professor Brian Ashcroft from the Fraser of Allander Institute at Strathclyde University paints a mixed picture for the Scottish economy in his latest economic commentary, and warns of a possible return to recession Different factors from the economic downturn mean that there is an even greater risk of fraud, says KPMG's head of forensic accounting in Scotland, Ken Milliken > Click here Adam King from Deloitte's Human Capital Team in Scotland looks at how the public sector can cope with expected budget cuts. Click here for his interview on camagonline.co.uk Bruce Cartwright, partner in Business Recovery Services at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, welcomes a return to a healthier economic environment. Click here for his interview on camagonline.co.uk
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