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What is an architect’s duty of care to third parties?

Architects and building professionals who issue certificates or other documentation during, or on completion, of construction projects will be breathing a sigh of relief following a recent Court of Appeal…

Business ProtectionDispute ResolutionProperty & Construction

What constitutes a disability in the workplace?

Several recent legal cases have implications for employers seeking to reduce the risk of claims of discrimination on the grounds of disability. In this blog, Harrison Drury's Employment team, answers…

Business ProtectionEmployment Law

Grandparents – what rights do they have to see their grandchildren?

As family lawyers, this is a question that we are often asked. Regrettably, when a couple separates or divorces an unfortunate consequence can be that their children spend less time…


Harrison Drury invests in the future with trainees

Harrison Drury has recruited three new trainees as part of its latest intake of legal ‘apprentices’. Rhian Hawkins, Laura Brereton and Jack Stephenson have secured training contracts with the firm…

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Exercising break options in commercial leases – getting it right

Break clauses have been the subject of much litigation in recent years with landlords seeking to protect income streams from their property investments in a depressed commercial rental market and…

Business ProtectionDispute ResolutionProperty & Construction

How will new rules on ante-natal appointments affect my business?

New laws extending the right to take time off work to accompany pregnant women to ante-natal appointments will affect the employers of expectant fathers and partners of pregnant women. With…

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Harrison Drury keeps GMT on time

Harrison Drury’s leisure and tourism team helped a high-profile summer music festival go ahead after advising on licensing and regulatory matters. The Greenwich Music Time (GMT) festival, staged on the…

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Harrison Drury partners with Lancaster Chamber of Commerce

Harrison Drury has partnered with Lancaster District Chamber of Commerce to become headline sponsor of its annual dinner. The event, which takes place on Friday October 17 at Lancaster House…

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Keeping a lid on competition from ex-employees

Being aware of threats to your business is a basic yet fundamental aspect of sound risk management and effective business planning. However, when identifying such threats, many businesses fail to…

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Amanda Marwood joins Harrison Drury property team

Harrison Drury has strengthened its commercial property team in Lancashire and South Lakes after appointing experienced lawyer Amanda Marwood. Amanda joins the firm as an associate after four years with…

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