Kim Campbell, Author at Dentistry Scotland
Kim Campbell

Kim Campbell

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Kim Campbell is a senior solicitor in the specialist dental practice team within Scottish legal firm, Thorntons. She regularly advises dentists on practice sales and acquisitions, associate contracts and NHS regulatory and compliance issues and can be contacted by email on
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Practice purchase – explaining the process

Kim Campbell outlines the process for dental practice purchases, answering questions Thorntons encounters on a regular basis. For many dentists, the idea of being your own boss and owning your own practice is the dream. The dental market in Scotland continues to be strong, with goodwill values at a historic high. This means that many … Continued

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Dentists and data protection – where are we now?

If you’re not sure about whether your practice is data compliant, now would be good time to check, one year after ‘GDPR day’, Kim Campbell says. We have just passed the first anniversary of ‘GDPR day’ (25 May 2018). So, what’s new? The media circus surrounding GDPR has certainly left town, and the general fear … Continued

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Associate agreements

If everything is going well between a principal and an associate, why make it formal with a written agreement? Kim McNaughton explains why. Often the relationship between a principal and an associate is one borne out of friendship or trust. The associate may have initially joined the practice on the basis of a verbal agreement … Continued

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Bridging the gap – effective separation of NHS and private income

Confused about what incorporating your practice could involve? Kim McNaughton clears up some of the points. The traditional structure of running dental practices through a partnership or as a sole trader is no longer the norm. The alternative of practising through a limited company has become increasingly popular, and whilst fully incorporating can bring its … Continued

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Steps for a successful sale

Thinking of selling your practice? Kim McNaughton highlights some points to bear in mind. Given the current buoyancy of the Scottish market, more and more principals are reviewing their options and are reaching the conclusion that selling up and drinking margaritas on a beach in some sunny corner of the world is a more enjoyable … Continued

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