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Solution for the UK manufacturing industry

With major manufacturing companies cutting jobs and closing plants in the north of the UK, it comes as no surprise that it has a been a difficult few months for…

Manufacturing & Engineering

How are personal injury awards considered during divorce proceedings?

A recent case has demonstrated how injury compensation payments can become a contentious issue in divorce proceedings. This is particular true of cases where the injuries suffered are serious and…


Why the British steel industry is fighting for survival

As a consequence of China's dominance in the global steel market, there is likely to be a significant and long-lasting impact on the steel industry in Britain and the associated…

Manufacturing & Engineering

Leading property lawyers to join Harrison Drury expansion

Harrison Drury is aiming to build the region’s strongest commercial property team following the arrival of five senior lawyers from Napthens. Napthens’ current head of commercial property and partner, Allan…

HD News

Harrison Drury adds to litigation team

Harrison Drury has bolstered its litigation offering with the appointment of experienced commercial litigation lawyer Helen Griffin. Helen joins Harrison Drury as an assistant solicitor after three years at Hayes…

HD News

Have you been affected by the ‘Diesel Dupe’?

Do you have a diesel vehicle that was manufactured by the Volkswagen Group between 2009 to 2015? If so, there is a chance that you have been affected by software…

Manufacturing & Engineering

How to protect your brand: a guide to trademarks and passing off

In a modern world where we have access to endless product and service options at the click of a button, in order to survive and maintain their position in the…

Dispute Resolution

Protecting against property fraud

Property fraud commonly occurs when criminals pretend to be you in order to sell or mortgage your property. Often the fraudsters will used forged documents or impersonate you to acquire…

Property & Construction

Commons backdated farm payments

Following a legal challenge, Defra has concluded that the basis adopted for common land in 2005 did not comply with European regulations and it should have been allocated differently. The…

Land, Estates and Rural Business
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What do the Sharland and Gohil rulings mean for your divorce settlement?

Two women who were misled by their ex-husbands and argued they should get more money in their divorce settlements won their case at the Supreme Court yesterday. Damian Baron, head…


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