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The Criminal Finances Act, which became UK law on September 30 2017, places new obligations on UK companies and partnerships to prevent tax evasion offences. […]read more >
A Template GP Lease has been developed between the British Medical Association (BMA) and NHS Property Services for GP practices which lease, either the whole […]read more >
North West law firm Harrison Drury has appointed four trainees as part of its latest intake of legal talent. Olivia Bailey, Charlotte Hurst, Rachel Taylor […]read more >
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Harrison Drury has expanded its presence in East Lancashire after merging with Clitheroe firm Chenery Maher. Chenery Maher specialises in family law, estate planning, probate […]read more >
After Transport for London (TfL) announced that Uber London Limited (Uber) would not be having its private hire operator licence renewed, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards […]read more >
Attracting investment funding can be a difficult and time-consuming process, particularly for new businesses without a trading history. Jack Stephenson, corporate and commercial solicitor at […]read more >
Jack Stephenson, corporate and commercial solicitor at Harrison Drury explains the key legal issues businesses need to be aware of when breaking into new export […]read more >
Lord Justice’s Jackson’s long awaited (further) review of civil litigation costs has finally been delivered. Laura Hallett Lea, associate in the property litigation team at […]read more >
Following the recent supreme court ruling where the current employment tribunal fees were found to be unlawful, the employment team at Harrison Drury explore […]read more >