We identify what our client wants to achieve, assess the legal and commercial strength of our client’s position, and advise on what we believe to be the most effective way of resolving the dispute.
We always consider mediation and other ways to avoid lengthy, protracted and costly situations.
Most businesses will, at some stage, become embroiled in a commercial dispute, and this is when you need a fully committed legal team dedicated to fighting your corner.
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 >
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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 >
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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 >