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What is eSports and how should it…

Harrison Drury’s sports team takes a look at the fast-growing area of eSports and some of the emerging regulatory issues associated with it. A simple way to attempt to define…

What does The New Electronics Communications Code…

After receiving the Royal Assent in April 2017, The New Electronics Communication Code has now come into force, as of 28 December 2018. Laura Bradley from Harrison Drury solicitors explores…

What should you do if you’re affected…

Construction firm, Carillion PLC, announced this week that it and its five sister companies had been placed into compulsory liquidation. Harrison Drury’s construction and insolvency teams look at what this…

Six ways that sub-contractors can protect their…

The insolvency of a main contractor can have a devastating impact on its sub-contractors. James Robbins, a specialist insolvency solicitor at Harrison Drury, looks at what sub-contractors can do to…

Cricket club targets expansion with land purchase

A Preston-based cricket club has unveiled ambitious plans to create a new ground next to its existing facility after reaching an agreement to purchase the land from the government. Fulwood…

Blackpool FC and the relationship between majority…

The recent High Court judgment in the case of VB Football Assets v Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited (“BFCPL”) provides a relevant platform on which to consider the relationship that…

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Sporting image rights, tax evasion and the…

The new Criminal Finances Act could have significant implications for the way sports clubs and their players conduct their financial affairs and use their image rights. Harrison Drury’s James Dickinson…

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…

How will the new Digital Economy Act…

With the new Digital Economy Act 2017 (“the Act”) having received Royal Assent on 27 April 2017, Lucy Beachell from Harrison Drury solicitors explores how this could affect landowners. The…

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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