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Looking after your hospitality staff in a post-pandemic era

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…


Hasin joins Harrison Drury’s property litigation team

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced property disputes solicitor Hasin Amin to our property litigation team. Hasin joins our team after property litigation roles with several regional firms including Kuits and…


GDPR and data protection reforms – A look at what’s been proposed

David Edwards, partner and head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, examines the proposed reforms to UK data protection laws and how they may affect UK businesses. On 10 September 2021,…


New laws and Code of Practice for commercial rent arrears – what does it mean for you?

Hasin Amin, solicitor in our property litigation team at Harrison Drury, looks at the government’s newly announced Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill and new Code of Practice for commercial rent arrears…


Will I receive a share of my spouse’s pension in our divorce settlement?

A pension can be one of the most significant financial assets to consider when negotiating the division of assets on divorce. Hannah Pike, a solicitor in Harrison Drury’s divorce and family…


Harrison Drury builds commercial property team with new appointment

Harrison Drury has appointed associate solicitor Danielle Leeming to our commercial property team. Danielle joins our Preston office having previously worked at Croftons Solicitors in Manchester which is now part…


Budget 2021 – Government listening to hospitality sector but more support needed, says Malcolm

Malcolm Ireland, the head of Harrison Drury's leisure and licensing team, has welcomed the support for the hospitality sector in the chancellor’s autumn budget announcement, though warns more measures will…


Harrison Drury rises in Legal 500 rankings

Harrison Drury has been named in an influential annual guide to the UK’s top legal firms and solicitors for the third year running. We have been placed in the prestigious…


How to manage a permanent ‘hybrid’ working model in your business

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, many employers across the UK now offer staff the flexibility to work from home. Olivia Bailey, solicitor in Harrison Drury’s employment law team,…


Harrison Drury welcomes new trainees and apprentices

Harrison Drury has welcomed four trainee solicitors and three legal apprentices as part of our latest investment in people. Natasha Coveney, Chloe Wishart, Hannah Pinder and Rachael McDonagh have been…


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