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New hospitality venue brings a unique experience to Longton

A new tap house and cocktail bar has opened its doors in Longton, bringing a quality food and beverage experience to the town centre. Hoptons of Longton is an industrial…


Mark Traynor appointed to lead Harrison Drury’s NW corporate team

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced corporate lawyer Mark Traynor as the new head of its corporate team in the region. Mark, who joins after more than four years as a…


Fixed Recoverable Costs and the New Intermediate Track

Significant reform to costs recovery in the civil justice system is now imminent. With effect from 1 October 2023, new rules regarding fixed recoverable costs will apply, including the introduction…


Factory automation specialist targets growth with move to new premises

A Lancashire business that specialises in helping world-leading manufacturers automate their operations is targeting growth after securing new premises in Burnley. LED Controls – which supplies electric motor controls, building…


Dispute resolution expert strengthens Harrison Drury’s litigation team

Harrison Drury has further strengthened its dispute resolution team with the appointment of highly experienced litigator Martin Stafford. Martin, who has over 20 years legal experience and is also a…


Corporate team supports growth for acquisitive legal firm

Harrison Drury’s corporate team has supported a growing legal services firm by advising it on three acquisitions in the space of six months. The firm advised solicitors David and Michael…


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…


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…


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…


Carlo’s new venue offers Clitheroe a touch of Italy

A well-known Clitheroe licensee is bringing a taste of Italy to the town with a new upmarket Italian wine bar and café. Carlo Graziani, who already owns and operates The…


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