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Dispute Resolution

Security firm scores a victory against ‘compensation…

Harrison Drury has helped a security firm challenge the compensation culture with a successful defence against a personal injury claim. In the case we represented an established and reputable company…

Persistence pays off in commercial disputes

A recent commercial dispute I was involved with demonstrates the value of being prepared to pursue a claim and not to be put off by repeated denials and delaying tactics…

Harrison Drury secures adjudication result in building…

A property developer has been ordered to pay almost £40,000 in additional fees to an architecture practice after a successful adjudication result secured by Harrison Drury Solicitors. The dispute arose…

What is an injunction and who can…

We've seen and heard much in recent days about the rising use of injunctions to 'gag' the press, but what exactly are they? Put simply, an injunction is a court…

Why shareholder agreements are vital in family…

  In any business, when shareholder disputes arise, it‘s always a difficult time. However, when the owners of a business are also members of the same family, then things can…

Minimising legal costs: Why prevention is better…

In my role as a Deputy District Judge in the County Courts, one of my functions is to assess the legal costs claimed by the winning party against the losing…

Do contracts need a review after a…

If you’re a building contractor, you’ll be interested to hear about a recent case in the Court of Appeal which has provided useful guidance on the extent of your liability…

Will Naomi Campbell case change way civil…

It seems court cases involving Naomi Campbell are hitting the headlines a lot these days. But the legal community has paid closer scrutiny this week to a case in the…

£80,000 Property Dispute dismissed after Harrison Drury…

A chartered surveyor who was sued for £80,000 after a property dispute has had the claim against him withdrawn after Harrison Drury successfully challenged it on his behalf. The claim…

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