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The new Criminal Finances Act could have significant implications for the way sports clubs and their players conduct their financial affairs and use their image […]read more >
Matthew Astley, of the sports law team at Harrison Drury solicitors, looks at the case of Denny Solomona and the lessons for rugby clubs seeking […]read more >
In this Harrison Drury guest blog, Keith Tully, partner at Real Business Rescue, explains the role of Directors’ Personal Guarantees in the corporate insolvency process. […]read more >
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Pop group Duran Duran recently lost a High Court battle to reclaim copyright to some of their most famous songs. Jack Stephenson, from Harrison Drury’s […]read more >
Modern manufacturing techniques are changing the way businesses make goods, but do they also increase the risk of your products being copied? Nick Booth, head […]read more >
With the leak of the so-called “Panama papers” placing companies under even more scrutiny, further amendments to UK company law have been proposed. Harrison Drury’s […]read more >
Businesses are being urged to look closely at their insurance cover ahead of the biggest shake-up to insurance contract law in more than 100 years. […]read more >
Corporate lawyer Brett Cooper examines the possible implications of Britain’s pending exit of the EU on business contracts and what steps businesses may need to […]read more >