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What is an employee’s right to privacy while working from home?

Since March 2020, many employers across the UK have implemented ‘remote’ or ‘home working’ arrangements to comply with government guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hannah Pike and Olivia Bailey, from…


Blackpool pet bakery celebrates steady rise in business after relocation

A Blackpool-based bakery that specialises in treats for dogs has seen a steady rise in business as it celebrates its first anniversary at new premises in the Blackpool Enterprise Zone.…


Harrison Drury strengthens presence in Legal 500

Harrison Drury has expanded its presence in a prestigious annual guide to the UK’s top legal firms and solicitors. We are placed in the influential Legal 500 publication for five…


Ensuring employees self-isolate – your responsibilities as an employer

Kate Shawcross, employment law solicitor at Harrison Drury, explains an employer’s responsibilities in ensuring employees who test positive for coronavirus self-isolate for the required period and the areas of employment…


Divorce and the family farm

Although divorce rates appear to be slightly falling, 2019 figures indicate that as many as 42% of marriages still ended in divorce with farming families by no means immune to…


The Job Support Scheme: The government’s new scheme to further help retain employees

On Thursday 24 September, the government announced a new scheme to replace the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which comes to an end on 31 October, 2020. Kate Shawcross and Hannah…


Latest coronavirus rules for hospitality sector – protecting your premises licence

David Edwards, director and head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, considers the new coronavirus rules for the hospitality sector and what businesses must do to comply. On Tuesday 22 September…


Structuring a business sale following coronavirus

Kerry Southworth, solicitor in the corporate team at Harrison Drury, looks at some of the options for structuring a corporate deal at a time when some valuations will be diminished. …


Jenna’s acts of kindness boost charities and colleagues

Solicitor Jenna Atkinson, a member of Harrison Drury’s family law team, has brought a smile and made life little more easier during lockdown for many people across the county through…


Planning a greener path to business recovery after COVID-19

Harrison Drury’s Chloe Harrison, has collaborated with Becky Toal, director at Lancashire-based sustainability consultancy firm, Crowberry Consulting, to provide guidance for businesses looking to opt for a greener business strategy…


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