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Common questions about divorce: How can I protect my interest in the matrimonial home?

Associate solicitor Rebecca Patience and legal apprentice Grace McGarvey from Harrison Drury’s divorce and family law team outline and explain the process behind protecting a non-property owner from being removed…


What alternatives are there to court in divorce?

Our divorce and family law team regularly deals with highly complex cases that arise following the breakdown of a marriage or relationship. This can often involve providing advice on how…


Can employers monitor employees? Proposed new guidance from ICO

As part of its latest guidance on employment practices and data protection, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released new draft guidance concerning employee monitoring. Partner David Edwards from Harrison…


New food labelling requirements delayed: An update for food businesses in the UK

David Edwards and Charles Mather from Harrison Drury’s regulatory team outline the latest update regarding food labelling for companies in the UK. The UK Government has extended the new post-Brexit…


Covid-19 Bounce Back Loan scheme: the implications of fraud by misrepresentation and related offences

With more than 10% of Bounce Back Loans estimated to be fraudulent by The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Harrison Drury’s regulatory team provides an overview of…


Selling a business through a management buyout

A management buyout (MBO) is one way to plan for succession of a business when the owners are seeking to step back. Solicitor Kerry Southworth from Harrison Drury’s corporate and…


What should I expect in a remote Family Court hearing?

Since the coronavirus pandemic, the Family Court in England and Wales has adopted the use of remote court hearings. In this post, we look at how remote Family Court hearings…


What is the holiday entitlement and pay for part-year workers?

Natalie Spedding, associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s employment law team, provides an update on the final decision on a recent case regarding holiday pay for part-year workers and offers points…


Will we see an upswing in health and safety enforcement after the pandemic?

With regulators and businesses returning to a more normal approach to health and safety after the pandemic, regulatory solicitor Terry Griffin and trainee solicitor Charles Mather from our regulatory team…


Use of private email and messaging apps: the data protection implications for business.

Harrison Drury’s regulatory team looks at the risks in using private email and messaging applications such as WhatsApp within the business environment. In July 2022, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)…


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