Legal Services for Business
Our legal experts offer a full range of services to businesses
Harrison Drury is a leading and award winning regional law firm that dates its heritage back to 1901. Covering every business need our expert team of corporate and commercial lawyers are here to help you focus on the things that matter.
We focus heavily on our people and the values of our firm. Many of our solicitors have either trained with us or worked in larger city firms and have joined Harrison Drury because they are attracted to our friendly and dynamic culture and our inclusion in the prestigious Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to work for is testament to that.
Our job is to work in partnership with you to give you total peace of mind when it comes to your legal position. We do this by placing the breadth of specialist legal and commercial expertise of our team at your disposal to anticipate your legal and business needs and deliver solutions on the full range of issues any matter will involve.
We work on developing trusted relationships and we do that by making it our business to understand your business and your requirements on each matter so we can tailor the advice to your specific needs.
Two new commercial property lawyers for Harrison Drury
Harrison Drury has added two more solicitors to its commercial property team in the Lancaster and South Lakes region. Rebecca Cross has joined the firm from Poole Townsend and will…13/03/19
Event offers safety advice for Lancashire’s lone workers
Employees who spend time working alone in the community are being offered advice on staying safe at event being held in Lancaster next month. The event is aimed at healthcare…
Harrison Drury advises 11 Degrees on Ben Stokes deal
Harrison Drury has advised clothing brand 11 Degrees on its sponsorship agreement with England cricket international Ben Stokes. Stokes was unveiled in January as a brand ambassador for the clothing…
Salary caps in sport – Can points deductions be contested?
Matthew Astley, joint head of the Harrison Drury sports law team, and Chloe Harrison, of the employment & regulatory team, consider the recent decision of an independent tribunal to impose…
How Christian Louboutin won trade mark dispute over red soles
Kerry Southworth, of Harrison Drury’s corporate and commercial team, explains the reasons behind the decision in the long-running trade mark dispute involving Christian Louboutin shoes and the lessons for other…
How will new eligibility rules impact female athletes?
Charlotte Hurst, of Harrison Drury’s sports law team, discusses the controversial new Athletes with Differences of Sexual Development classification and the legal options open to female athletes looking to challenge…
What does the Uber drivers’ dispute mean for your business?
Lucy Blezard, of Harrison Drury’s employment and regulatory team, looks at the significance of the decision made in Uber’s appeal against drivers’ rights to pay and holiday, and why the…
Opposing a lease renewal – Supreme Court clarifies use of ‘ground F’
Hayley Bamber, property litigation lawyer at Harrison Drury, looks at a long-awaited Supreme Court judgment in S Frances Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd which has implications for both…