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Business Law

Using winding-up petitions to recover debts

James Robbins, senior associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s insolvency and business recovery team, looks at instances where it might be useful to consider a winding-up petition to recover a debt.…

Chloe Harrison

Trainee Solicitor

Are electronic signatures legally binding?

In light of the recent Law Commission paper regarding ‘Electronic Signatures’, Robert Orkney, trainee solicitor, with Harrison Drury, considers what this may potentially mean for electronic execution and validation of…

New hairdressing salon makes the cut in…

A Clitheroe hairdresser has realised a life long dream of owning her own salon after buying a property in the town. The salon recently opened following renovations and a re-brand.…

How the ‘experience economy’ is changing the…

Silas Heys, head of Harrison Drury’s hospitality and leisure team, looks at how guests’ changing expectations and other social factors are placing greater demands on hospitality businesses. Primarily because of…

Planning Ahead for Later Life – your…

Harrison Drury, Brewin Dolphin, The Good Care Group and Home Instead (South Lakes) have partnered to deliver a free seminar providing information on Planning Ahead for Later Life. Presenters from…

The Future of Farming

Hosted by Barclays, Harrison Drury Solicitors and Towers & Gornall Chartered Accountants, this event is aimed at giving those owning and managing agricultural and farming businesses expert guidance and advice…

Robert Orkney

Trainee Solicitor

Private Client Services for Care Homes

Our experienced and compassionate team can provide a wide range of services for residents and their families to help them manage their affairs, while helping you meet requirements to protect…

Property in the Care Sector

We have one of the largest commercial property teams in Lancashire and Cumbria and many decades of experience acting for business owners, developers, funders, landlords and tenants.

Dispute Resolution in Care Homes

Our approach is always to try and resolve disputes swiftly and economically with minimum disruption to our clients. However, our legal experts are fully committed to fighting for our clients…

Care Home Contracts

Our commercial team has experience in dealing with a broad spectrum of contracts within the care sector, from trading contracts to ownership and management agreements.

Sales and Purchases of Care Homes

Our corporate and commercial team is well versed in handling business transactions in the care home sector, whether it is a one-off sale or purchase, or a multi-million-pound care group…

Regulatory and Compliance in Care Homes

Our specialist team is able to work with care home clients proactively to help them reduce the risk of regulatory issues arising, as well as robustly defending clients against regulatory…

HR in Care Homes

Our employment team has vast experience advising care homes on a wide range of issues, whether at a day-to-day operational level, or for strategic projects like business sales and  acquisitions…

Landed Estates

Our Landed Estates specialist team is formed of experienced solicitors who deal with all aspects of property and ancillary trusts of Landed Estates, whether they are Settled Estates or other…

Pension Property

The purchase of commercial property through individual and company pension schemes (SIPPs and SASSs) continues to be a popular option, as it offers not only asset diversification in a tax…

Agricultural Property

Our agricultural team have over 100 years of experience and are committed in not only providing specialist advice to their clients but also understanding your business and the challenges the…


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