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A new type of Employment Contract

George Osbourne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced on October 8 that the government intends on introducing a completely new type of employment contract called owner-employee contracts. This new contract…

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Harrison Drury strengthens dispute resolution team

Harrison Drury has expanded its dispute resolution team with the appointment of David Edwards as an associate solicitor. David, who has specialist expertise in commercial disputes, property and employment litigation,…

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Meet Harrison Drury’s family law team

Harrison Drury has significantly expanded its divorce and family law offering in recent months following a number of key appointments. Damian Baron joined the firm as a partner and head…

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Finding the right acquisition target

Research suggests many acquisitions fail to add the value expected by the purchaser – sometimes because inadequate steps have been taken to identify a suitable acquisition target. Your first move…

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How to seek redress over mis-sold hedged lending products

A recent investigation by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) has identified that four banks – Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and RBS – have been guilty of mis-selling complicated commercial hedged lending…

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Naomi Fell joins Harrison Drury’s commercial team

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced property and corporate lawyer Naomi Fell. Naomi joins Harrison Drury from Cumbria-based law firm Hayton Winkley where she was a director. Naomi specialises in commercial…

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The benefits of reaching divorce agreements out of court

Separated couples who agree out of court settlements will not only save themselves money, but also precious time and energy which can be devoured by long and acrimonious court battles.…


Will protected conversations proposal backfire?

Employers should beware of government plans to introduce ‘protected conversations’ to encourage settlement agreements (also known as compromise agreements). The initiative is part of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill,…

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What are exclusivity agreements and how can they help my business?

An exclusivity agreement is a contract between two businesses to deal exclusively with each other in a specific area. Typically the agreement restricts only one of the parties, such as…

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Applying for relief from forfeiture

In brief, forfeiture is a landlord’s right under a lease to end the lease and re-enter the property on a breach of the tenant’s covenants, such as non-payment of rent,…

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