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Can Long Covid be considered a disability?

It has been widely reported recently by the media that Long Covid can be considered a disability under the Equality Act 2010. Harrison Drury’s employment law team, outlines the most…

CoronavirusEmployment Law

Legislation change gives more healthcare professionals power to certify fit notes

New legislation to enable a wider range of healthcare professionals to certify fit notes has been introduced by the UK government to ease pressure on GPs. Grace McGarvey, a legal…

Employment & HRHealthcare

Harrison Drury adds sector specialist to commercial property team

Harrison Drury has appointed hospitality and leisure sector specialist Samantha Faud. Samantha joins us as an associate solicitor and will be based at the firm’s Clitheroe office. With extensive experience…

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New EPC ratings: How green is your lease?

The government has committed that from 2025, all new rental properties will be required to have an EPC rating of C or above. Alex Walmsley, assoicate solicitor in our property…

Landlord & Tenant

What are the options for dealing with pensions in a divorce?

In many divorce cases, the two largest assets are the family home and the parties’ pensions. Pension funds are a shareable asset which can be divided between you and your…

DivorceFinancial Issues

Managing personal data collected and used during the pandemic: Stay compliant

To keep employees and customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, many organisations adopted emergency practices in respect of collecting and processing personal data relating to the pandemic. David Edwards and Charles…

Regulatory & Compliance

Staff health checks become latest employee wellbeing initiative for Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has partnered with a specialist company to offer free health checks to all staff as part of its employee wellbeing strategy. We have brought in Healthy Performance to…

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The four-day working week: How it may affect the leisure and hospitality sectors

A sixth-month pilot was recently launched in the UK to test the possible advantages of a four-day working week for both employers and employees. Harrison Drury’s employment law team explains…

Employment & HREmployment LawHospitality, Leisure and Tourism

Succession of agricultural tenancies – how to ensure your family can continue farming

Agricultural tenancies are very common, and often the tenancy enables the family to continue farming the land after the death or retirement of the tenant. Joseph Mitchell from Harrison Drury’s…

Land, Estates & Rural BusinessLand, Estates and Rural BusinessLandlord & Tenant

Jessica joins Harrison Drury’s commercial litigation team

Harrison Drury, has appointed solicitor, Jessica Casson-Grave, to join its commercial dispute resolution and insolvency team. Jessica, a graduate with a Master of Laws (MLaw) from the University of Central…

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