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Dispute Resolution

Court victory for Cumbria Safari Zoo operator…

Harrison Drury has helped the company that operates Cumbria Safari Zoo to secure a court victory that will allow the attraction to stay open to the public and ensure animal…

Farmers and growers: The benefits and pitfalls…

Helen Griffin, a senior associate solicitor at Harrison Drury, explains the role of supply contracts in farming and agriculture business and highlights the importance of understanding the terms of any…

Dealing with “loss of business” insurance claims…

Supreme Court backs small firms over business interruption insurance claims On the 15th January 2021 the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in relation to the nature and extent of…

Is it possible to own ‘wildlife’ when…

Senior associate solicitor, Wendy Newbury, from our commercial property team, highlights a recent case in the Court of Appeal. It challenges whether or not coarse fish kept in man-made lakes…

A guide to commercial contracts and force…

Harrison Drury’s commercial dispute resolution team has produced a step-by-step guide to help business owners understand their written commercial contracts, the terms of agreement within them and to identify clauses…

What social distancing means for business: Organising…

Harrison Drury’s commercial dispute resolution team considers how the government’s social distancing guidance due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic affects UK businesses and how taking early legal advice can help…

Football club dispute shows importance of shareholder…

Jack Stephenson outlines why the ex-owner of Sheffield United Football Club was refused the chance to appeal against a club ownership dispute. Former owner of Sheffield United, Kevin McCabe, has…

Do directors’ duties remain after a company…

Nick Booth, a director at Harrison Drury and dispute resolution specialist, comments on the recent ruling that addresses the continuing duties of directors after a company enters into administration or…

Paving the way to land ownership: Recent…

Solicitor Jody Proudman, from Harrison Drury’s property litigation team, considers the implications of the Court of Appeal decision in the Thorpe v Frank case, and how it may affect future…

Construction Disputes

Our construction dispute resolution team have an array of experience in assisting our clients to anticipate and prevent construction disputes before they take form, as well as providing expert advice…

Commercial solicitor Gill returns to Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has added to its commercial litigation team with the appointment of solicitor Gill Ashcroft. Gill has re-joined the firm following a spell working for international law firm DAC…

How Christian Louboutin won trade mark dispute…

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…

Opposing a lease renewal – Supreme Court…

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…

Sports Arbitration & Litigation

Harrison Drury is able to assist athletes, agents, clubs and sports governing bodies with a wide range of sports dispute resolution matters. In particular, we have significant experience in sports…

Healthcare tender dispute shows need for greater…

Chloe Harrison, of Harrison Drury’s Healthcare Sector team, looks at a recent case in which two NHS trusts contested a county council decision to award a nursing services contract to…

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