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Leisure, Tourism & Retail

Treatment of tips and gratuities to be…

Malcolm Ireland, partner and head of Harrison Drury’s leisure and licensing team outlines the potential changes for employers in the leisure and hospitality sector with regards to allocating tips to…

Zavvi’s Champions League error shows value of…

Kerry Southworth, solicitor in Harrison Drury’s corporate and commercial team, looks at the recent Zavvi error and the need for good competition terms and conditions. While many football fans will…

Harrison Drury advises 11 Degrees on Ben…

Harrison Drury has advised clothing brand 11 Degrees on its sponsorship agreement with England cricket international Ben Stokes. Stokes was unveiled in January as a brand ambassador for the clothing…

Retail

With changing consumer behaviour and the explosion of e-commerce – retail is one of the most changeable, challenging and exciting industries there is. Harrison Dury's dedicated team of retail solicitors…

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 uses the force for Lytham…

Harrison Drury is taking Lytham Festival ‘to a new galaxy’ after helping organisers gain permission to show the latest Star Wars movie. The firm’s licensing team has advised music and…

Leisure, tourism & retail and the Brexit…

Leisure, tourism and retail businesses employ large numbers of EU workers, so what sort of impact would a Brexit have? Roger Spence, head of Harrison Drury’s leisure and tourism team,…

Blackpool’s enterprising future is ready for take-off

In the first in a series of articles on the leisure, tourism and retail sectors, Harrison Drury’s Roger Spence discusses the major opportunities on the radar for Blackpool. From closure…

Retailers need to keep new CRA front…

With retailers seeking to maximise sales during the Christmas and New Year period, Helen Griffin, solicitor at Harrison Drury, answers some of the most frequently asked questions to ensure retailers…

Harrison Drury instrumental in Rod Stewart UK…

Preston-based commercial law firm Harrison Drury has been chosen to provide legal support for music legend Rod Stewart’s recently announced 2016 UK Hits Stadium Tour. The firm has advised award-winning…

Legal support for the Pop-up Shop revolution

Thanks to a programme of government support, ‘pop-up’ shops are being lauded as the saviour of the traditional British high street. But what does it take to be successful as…

Compensation for businesses affected by Lancashire boil…

Was your home or business one of the 300,000 across Lancashire that was affected by the recent water crisis? While United Utilities has advised its customers in the county that…

How do I ensure I’m employing migrants…

The issue of immigration to the UK is rarely out of the news these days and it has been brought into even sharper focus by the recent migrant crisis in…

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