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Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism

Looking after your hospitality staff in a…

Solicitor Emily Leeming, from Harrison Drury’s employment law team, outlines the key considerations that employers within the hospitality sector should make to ensure to protect both an employees’ rights as…

Blackpool holiday firm toasts latest expansion

A Blackpool-based provider of self-catering holiday accommodation is toasting the staycation boom after its latest expansion allowed it to create jobs and offer guests a new bespoke drinks service. Blackpool…

Guidance to protect employees and customers in…

As the latest easing of lockdown commenced on July 19, 2021, the government has issued guidance for people who work in, or run restaurants, pubs and cafes and similar venues…

What social distancing means for business: Hospitality…

Harrison Drury’s commercial dispute resolution and regulatory teams consider how the government’s business closure regulations will affect the UK’s hospitality and retail sectors. The government’s move to force closure of…

Chefs open restaurant in Lancaster canal quarter

Two Lancaster-based chefs have joined forces to open their own restaurant business in the city’s canal quarter. Alan Hempton and James Cocker have opened The Quarterhouse Kitchen + Bar on…

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…

So, you want to go into the…

Silas Heys from Harrison Drury solicitors talks through some of the key property issues to consider when launching a hospitality venture. Property is something that all hospitality ventures have in…

Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism

The Hospitality and leisure industry is one of the most varied and vibrant in the UK, encompassing a broad range of organisations and businesses that require multi-discipline legal advice. We…

Harrison Drury helps major concerts go ahead

Harrison Drury has played a key role in helping a series of summer concerts go ahead featuring stars like Cliff Richard, Tom Jones, Alfie Boe and Michael Ball. The licensing team…

Harrison Drury advises on Cuffe and Taylor…

Lancashire-based Cuffe and Taylor, the concert promotion company behind events like the Lytham Festival and Greenwich Music Time, is looking forward to an exciting future after US-based Live Nation Entertainment…

Licensing lessons from the Fabric nightclub case

A successful legal appeal has allowed London’s iconic Fabric nightclub to reopen after licensing bosses agreed to strict new licensing conditions. David Edwards, a contentious licensing expert at Harrison Drury…

Harrison Drury in UK’s first successful appeal…

Harrison Drury’s regulatory and licensing team has been successful in overturning a closure order, applied for by the Lancashire Constabulary, and made against a nightclub in Preston. The decision of…

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