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How can I protect my business from employment tribunal claims?

Harrison Drury’s employment team explain how you should respond to an employment tribunal claim and how you can protect your business in the first place now that employment tribunal fees…


GDPR and the new Data Protection Act – What’s the difference?

With the UK’s data protection framework set to change in 2018, David Edwards, head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, takes a closer look at the Data Protection Bill – soon…

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Blackpool FC and the relationship between majority and minority shareholders

The recent High Court judgment in the case of VB Football Assets v Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited (“BFCPL”) provides a relevant platform on which to consider the relationship that…


The dishonesty test – The courts ‘new’ approach…

A recent ruling from the Supreme Court has sparked a significant change in the court’s approach to dishonesty during criminal proceedings. Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, headed up by David Edwards,…


Getting to grips with the Criminal Finances Act

The Criminal Finances Act, which became UK law on September 30 2017, places new obligations on UK companies and partnerships to prevent tax evasion offences. Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, headed…

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What does the Uber taxi saga tell us about corporate responsibility?

After Transport for London (TfL) announced that Uber London Limited (Uber) would not be having its private hire operator licence renewed, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards and Lucy Blezard, look at…


Protecting your business in new export markets

Jack Stephenson, corporate and commercial solicitor at Harrison Drury explains the key legal issues businesses need to be aware of when breaking into new export markets. Many businesses in the…

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The employment tribunal result – How to minimise your risk.

Following the recent supreme court ruling where the current employment tribunal fees were found to be unlawful, the employment team at Harrison Drury explore how employers can minimise their risk.…


The new pre-action protocol for debt claims

New rules for claiming payment of debt from an individual come into force this autumn. Solicitor Laura Hallett Lea explains what you need to know. What’s happening? The Pre-Action Protocol…


Sporting image rights, tax evasion and the law

The new Criminal Finances Act could have significant implications for the way sports clubs and their players conduct their financial affairs and use their image rights. Harrison Drury’s James Dickinson…


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