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Is it good commercial sense to make a business Lasting Power of Attorney?

What happens when a director, shareholder or partner in the business loses mental capacity? It’s important to consider what would happen to your business if you were unable to manage…


Lancashire mobility specialist acquired by new owners

Harrison Drury's corporate team has advised on a deal that has seen a Lancashire-based provider of mobility equipment acquired from its founders. Husband and wife team Ian and Judith Gibson…


Harrison Drury advises Broughton Lubricants on sale to leading UK firm

Harrison Drury's corporate team has advised Broughton Lubricants, a longstanding distributor of industrial and automotive lubricants, on its sale to a leading UK firm. Broughton Lubricants, based at Walton Summit,…


Harrison Drury advises Walker Fire on latest acquisition

Fast-growing fire safety specialist Walker Fire has expanded into the south west of England with the acquisition of Cornwall-based Fire Crest Fire Protection Ltd. Preston-headquartered Walker Fire, part of the…


Business Interruption Insurance – What does the Supreme Court ruling mean for my business?

Following the Supreme Court ruling on Business Interruption insurance, Jody Thomasson from our litigation team looks at what the judgment means for businesses. Businesses across the country have been grappling…


Harrison Drury advises on petrol forecourts deal

The corporate team at Harrison Drury has advised on a major deal which has seen a family-owned petrol station business with six sites in Cumbria purchased by a large national…


Preparing your business for sale during COVID-19

In our latest guest blog post, Keith Tully from business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor looks at the issues around selling your business during the pandemic and explores the options for…


The implications for waste disposal companies that do not comply to regulatory responsibilities

David Edwards, director and head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, considers recent case decisions against waste disposal companies and outlines the responsibilities to businesses and implications for non-compliance with the…


E-marketing to customers during lockdown – A recap on data and privacy rules

With lockdown restrictions still in place, more businesses are using digital marketing to promote their services and products. David Edwards, director and head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, considers the…


Furlough extension – Everything you need to know

Harrison Drury’s employment team discuss the updates and extensions to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. On 5 November, the chancellor Rishi Sunak extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) meaning…


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