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Childcare during teacher strikes: How should employers support absent parents?

Recent news has confirmed that teachers in England and Wales are set to strike for a total of seven days during February and March 2023, impacting over 23,400 primary and…


Administration and liquidation: The different outcomes for employees of two collapsed sports clubs

Our insolvency, employment and sports law specialists consider potential outcomes for employees of collapsed sports clubs using two recent scenarios from rugby union clubs Worcester Warriors and Wasps. On October…


The importance of a legally binding order to record your financial settlement on divorce

One of the biggest misconceptions of divorcing couples is that once their marriage has been dissolved and the final order pronounced, all matters are concluded. Even though you may no…


Employment law update: What to look for in 2023

The new year brings with it a swathe of proposed changes and revisions to employment law. Senior associate solicitor Katy Parkinson and trainee Hannah Pinder from Harrison Drury’s employment law…


Harrison Drury welcomes back commercial property specialist Rhian Sale

We are very pleased to announce the return of associate solicitor Rhian Sale who has re-joined our commercial property team. Rhian returns to the firm as associate solicitor after short…


What we learned as trainee solicitors – An interview with Zoe and Peter

To mark two years since we launched our HD Academy, we interviewed two of our newly qualified solicitors Zoe Taylor and Peter Barlow about why they chose law and their…


Harrison Drury’s High Court victory highlights issue of compliant witness statements

In a recent judgment, where Harrison Drury successfully acted for the claimant, His Honour Judge Pearce emphasised the importance of complying with PD57AC and the potential sanctions solicitors face if…


New FD Alexander will support growth at Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has appointed a new finance director to support our ongoing growth and development. Alexander Mansfield will act as a strategic advisor to the firm’s board while taking overall…


Preparing a notice to quit an agricultural holding tenancy: The importance in checking recipient details are correct

The Court of Appeal recently handed down a judgment on the validity of notices to quit an agricultural holding tenancy. Joseph Mitchell, an associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s property litigation…


Building Safety Act 2022: A summary of key provisions

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, and drafted in response to the proposals set out in Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire…


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