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Regulatory & Compliance

How will the Contaminated Blood Inquiry impact…

Chloe Harrison, of Harrison Drury’s Healthcare Sector team, assesses the upcoming Contaminated Blood Inquiry and the impact it could have on the healthcare sector. Set to be the largest inquiry…

Handling employee data under new data protection…

From the 25 May 2018, The General Data Protection Regulation and what will become the new Data Protection Act 2018, will form the UK’s new data protection framework. Harrison Drury’s…

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…

GDPR and the new Data Protection Act…

With the UK’s data protection framework set to change in 2018, David Edwards, head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, takes a closer look at the Data Protection Bill – soon…

The dishonesty test – The courts ‘new’…

A recent ruling from the Supreme Court has sparked a significant change in the court’s approach to dishonesty during criminal proceedings. Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, headed up by David Edwards,…

Getting to grips with the Criminal Finances…

The Criminal Finances Act, which became UK law on September 30 2017, places new obligations on UK companies and partnerships to prevent tax evasion offences. Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, headed…

What does the Uber taxi saga tell…

After Transport for London (TfL) announced that Uber London Limited (Uber) would not be having its private hire operator licence renewed, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards and Lucy Blezard, look at…

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…

Reducing risk on new health and safety…

With tougher sentences and fines for health and safety offences starting to bite, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards, offers some advice for how businesses can take a proactive approach to minimising…

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…

Could medical apps be harming your patients?

The rapid growth of mobile technology has made ‘apps’ an integral part of our lives. But what are the risks of using such apps to make decisions about our health?…

What are the legal implications of extending…

The current housing crisis means that many people who want or need a larger home may now consider extending their current home as an alternative to moving to a new…

Five rules for creating a safer workplace

In all the health and safety cases I have witnessed over the years a common thread runs through nearly all of them – they might have been avoided. It is…

Changes to Modern Slavery Act: Does your…

From October 2015, new obligations under section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act will apply to certain commercial organisations. Relevant businesses will be required to publish an annual ‘anti-slavery and…

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…

How will the new Consumer Rights Act…

New rules surrounding online content will change the way digital firms handle complaints about their products and services. The new Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA), which comes into force on…

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