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Lessons from the Duran Duran copyright case

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 corporate team, looks at the…

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Common myths about adultery dispelled

In England and Wales, it is possible to issue divorce proceedings and obtain a divorce on the grounds that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. This can be proven via…


Family lawyers call for no-fault divorce

A recent survey carried out by Resolution highlighted the need for divorce laws to be modernised, with 90% of family lawyers believing that separating couples should be able to divorce…


Top marks for aspiring Preston lawyer

A young lawyer who recently joined Harrison Drury Solicitors in Preston has been awarded a prestigious legal prize for achieving the highest exam score in the country for her studies…

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Property Flood Resilience Grants: Are you eligible?

If your property was flooded as a result of last winter’s storms Desmond and Eva, you may be eligible to receive a grant of up to £5,000 under the Property…

Property & Construction

Jack toasts latest success as pub gets makeover

A popular Chorley pub that Harrison Drury helped to secure for the current owner is proving to be a big hit with customers after undergoing a £100,000 refurbishment. The Dressers Arms…

Property & Construction

Dealing with Dilapidation Disputes

The failure of commercial tenants to comply with repairing obligations can be a major issue for landlords, costing them time and money. Katie Kozlowska, property lawyer at Harrison Drury, details…

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Business rates changes explained

Changes to the business rates system are scheduled to take place on 1 April 2017. Property lawyer Katie Kozlowska looks at issue of business rates and the implications for landlords…

Property & Construction

Kris will support Harrison Drury growth

Harrison Drury are pleased to announce that we have appointed our first ever in-house marketing and business development manager as we embark on our latest phase of growth. Experienced marketer…

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Article 50: How the appeal court process works

The government announced almost immediately after the High Court’s judgment in Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU was published, on 3rd November 2016, that it would lodge…

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