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Harrison Drury named among best UK employers

Lancashire and Cumbria law firm Harrison Drury has secured a place on the prestigious Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work For list. The firm has been awarded a Three…

17/12/15
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Will the pension reforms affect my divorce settlement?

Earmarking orders were once an approach taken by divorcing couples to share their pension pots. Designed to ensure a fair settlement if one party had accumulated a larger pension than…

16/12/15
Divorce

Retailers need to keep new CRA front of mind this Christmas

With retailers seeking to maximise sales during the Christmas and New Year period, Helen Griffin, solicitor at Harrison Drury, answers some of the most frequently asked questions to ensure retailers…

14/12/15
Leisure, Tourism & Retail

Free legal advice for businesses affected by floods

Has your business been affected in any way by the floods caused in Lancashire and Cumbria by Storm Desmond? Harrison Drury's Lancaster office will be opening its doors to offer…

10/12/15
Business ProtectionHD News

Harrison Drury instrumental in Rod Stewart UK tour deal

Preston-based commercial law firm Harrison Drury has been chosen to provide legal support for music legend Rod Stewart’s recently announced 2016 UK Hits Stadium Tour. The firm has advised award-winning…

07/12/15
Leisure, Tourism & RetailLicensing

Should financial remedy proceedings remain private?

Members of the press have been able to attend private family law proceedings since 2009 to act as a watchdog for the public and gain insight into how the family…

27/11/15
Divorce

Simon Price to lead client and people development at Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced lawyer Simon Price to head up its people and client development functions as it seeks further growth in Lancashire and Cumbria. Simon, whose experience includes…

24/11/15
HD News

Legal support for the Pop-up Shop revolution

Thanks to a programme of government support, ‘pop-up’ shops are being lauded as the saviour of the traditional British high street. But what does it take to be successful as…

18/11/15
Leisure, Tourism & Retail

Lease renewal notices – To serve or not to serve?

The question of whether or not to serve a lease renewal notice at the end of a contractual term is an important one for commercial property landlords and their tenants.…

12/11/15
Property & Construction

What do new energy efficiency standards mean for commercial landlords?

Are you clued up about the new regulations that require commercial properties to have a minimum standard for energy performance? Energy lawyer Owen McKenna explains the legal and financial implications for…

05/11/15
Energy & UtilitiesProperty & Construction
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