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New Records Set For Renewable Energy

2015 sets new records for renewable energy across the board We’ve already reported about the renewable energy records broken (Best Year For British Wind Energy) by the UK during 2015…

03/06/16
Energy & Utilities
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Company law changes in June 2016

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 is bringing in a number of company law changes. Harrison Drury’s Brett Cooper looks at what businesses need to do to ensure…

01/06/16
Business Protection

New rules on assigning a lease to a guarantor

For 20 years, tenants and guarantors of 'new leases' have been released from their liabilities when a lease is assigned. However, a recent landmark case casts the legal situation in…

26/05/16
Property & Construction

IVF consent form errors: Have you been affected?

Administration errors on consent forms for IVF treatment have led to a number of cases where the father, or second parent, is not legally recognised as a parent. Family solicitor…

24/05/16
Divorce & Family Law

How would Brexit affect the UK property sector?

Research suggests the majority of the UK’s construction and real estate businesses back remaining in the EU. Simon England, head of Harrison Drury’s property and construction team, examines the key…

23/05/16
Property & Construction

New head for Harrison Drury’s conveyancing team

Harrison Drury Solicitors in Preston have appointed Duncan Rawlinson as a director to head up our residential conveyancing team. Duncan joins after six years as a partner and head of…

23/05/16
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Would a Brexit have an impact on divorce law?

As an EU member state, the Britain is subject to a number of regulations that govern divorce and family law in the UK. Damian Baron, head of family law at…

17/05/16
Divorce

Where would a Brexit leave the charities sector?

The Charity Commission has warned charitable organisations against engaging in political campaigns around the upcoming EU referendum. In this blog, Rhian Hawkins, the head of Harrison Drury’s Charities & Not…

16/05/16
Charities & Not for Profit

How will the financial sector react to the EU referendum?

A major concern following a potential Brexit would be the impact on the UK’s hugely important financial and professional services sector. Harrison Drury’s Nick Booth analyses the arguments. The impact…

13/05/16
Banking, Finance & Professional

How would the automotive sector react to Britain leaving the EU?

A key aspect of the Brexit debate is the movement of manufactured goods across continental Europe. Harrison Drury’s specialist solicitors within the automotive, transport and logistics sector consider what this…

13/05/16
Automotive, Transport & Logistics
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