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Harrison Drury doubles size of Kendal office to support client growth plans

Harrison Drury has secured additional office space at Bridge Mills, Stramongate, growing our Kendal office footprint by over 90 per cent and allowing us to accommodate almost 25 staff. With…


Harrison Drury supports logistics firm’s £12m HQ purchase

Harrison Drury’s commercial property team has advised longstanding client FDC Holdings on the multi-million-pound purchase of its headquarters building – a deal which gives the logistics specialist greater control over…


What happens during an Insolvency Service investigation and how it may affect the company’s directors

Jon Munnery, a business liquidation specialist from UK Liquidators, and James Robbins, solicitor and insolvency specialist from Harrison Drury, explain how an Insolvency Service investigation is conducted and how company…


The importance of supporting your employees’ mental wellbeing

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week which runs from May 15 to May 21. Ethan Jayne and Katy Parkinson from our employment law team highlight the reasons why supporting…


Renowned construction lawyer Katherine joins Harrison Drury as partner

Harrison Drury has appointed highly experienced construction lawyer Katherine Sibley as a partner and head of our specialist construction law team. Katherine will support our clients on both contentious and…


Harrison Drury grows Lytham team with Emma and James appointments

We're pleased to announce we've strengthened our family law and private client teams in Lytham with two senior hires from Coupe Bradbury. Experienced solicitors Emma Panchal, and James Patterson, have…


Employee tips and service charges – Everything you need to know about the new law on allocating tips

Katy Parkinson and Ben Foulds from Harrison Drury’s employment law team detail the legal changes affecting employee tips that will come in under the new Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill…


Government seeks feedback on plans for a new ‘use class’ for short-term lets

On April 12, 2023, the government published a consultation to introduce a separate use class for short-term lets and associated permitted development rights in England. Amanda Marwood and Zakira Vika…


Hospitality sector update: Preparing for the King’s coronation

The government is relaxing licensing hours subject to some restrictions in England and Wales to celebrate King Charles III's coronation and has announced Monday, May 8, as an official, extra…


What information is a trader obliged to share with its customers?

Some businesses that sell products and services must provide essential information and a no-quibble money-back guarantee and cancellation rights to its customers. Jessica Casson-Grave and Sophie Holt-Rogers from our corporate…


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