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On Tower UK Ltd v BT – Understanding the termination of a code agreement

Property Litigation Partner, Ros Monk, and associate, Luke Holden, analyse and comment on the recent Upper Tribunal ruling in On Tower UK Ltd v British Telecommunications plc [2024] UKUT 51 (LC) and what…

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Senior appointment strengthens Harrison Drury’s corporate team in Manchester

Harrison Drury has expanded its corporate team in Manchester with the appointment of senior associate solicitor Wendy Catterall. Wendy, who joins from Knights, will advise clients on a range of…

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Harrison Drury makes six promotions

Harrison Drury has made six promotions across its legal and operational support teams. Within our property and construction division, associate solicitors Rhian Sale and Samantha Faud have both been promoted…

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Harrison Drury expands residential property team with latest appointment

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced associate solicitor Lauren Sumner to join its residential property team. Lauren graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a first-class Undergraduate Master of Law…

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Clare, Holly and Victoria appointed branch leaders of Harrison Drury offices

Harrison Drury has appointed new heads for our Clitheroe and Garstang offices to suppport plans to develop future leaders. Senior associate solicitor Victoria Hill has been named head of our…

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April 2024 Employment Law changes – what businesses need to know

There are a number of important employment law changes coming into effect this April, and businesses need to prepare to ensure that policies are updated in time to avoid future…

Employment Law

What landlords and tenants need to consider when opposing lease renewals

If a tenancy is protected by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“The Act”), the tenant is entitled to be granted a new lease, unless the landlord can establish a…

Property & Construction

The benefits of nesting when co-parenting a child

For parties with children who have recently separated, the question may arise as to how best to co-parent. A separation is a significant event in a child’s life and many…


Experienced learning and development manager joins Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has appointed a new learning and development manager to support with developing its team and nurturing future talent. Lisa Edwards will be responsible for developing and managing the…

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Supporting Muslim employees during Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and considered the holy month for Muslims. Senior associate solicitor Katy Parkinson and trainee solicitor Casey Moonie from our employment law…

Employment Law

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