Alliott Group Member Harrison Drury clinches top business award

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Alliott Group is an international alliance of independent accounting, law and consulting firms. Founded in 1979, this alliance of independent firms now has more than 180 member firms in some 80 countries.

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Our focus over the last few years has been on getting the right people and the right structure in place to give our clients the best possible experience from their legal provider.

Lancashire commercial law firm Harrison Drury has been named as the leading law firm in the region at one of the county’s leading business awards.

The firm won the Legal Team of the Year accolade at the Red Rose Awards 2014 held at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens last night.

John Chesworth, managing director of Harrison Drury, said: “Our focus over the last few years has been on getting the right people and the right structure in place to give our clients the best possible experience from their legal provider. This has enabled the firm to grow significantly while helping our clients to achieve their goals. We are absolutely thrilled that our efforts have been recognised and this award is credit to our staff.”

The Red Rose Awards evening, now in its fourth year, is organised by Lancashire Business View magazine.

The event was attended by over a thousand people from businesses and organisations across the region and a total of 25 awards were handed out on the evening to businesses in a wide range of sectors.

About Harrison Drury:
Harrison Drury is an award-winning commercial law firm with offices in Preston, Garstang, Lancaster and Kendal.

The firm brings together a talented and multi-disciplined collection of like-minded lawyers who have successfully advised a range of clients including large organisations, owner-managed businesses and high net worth individuals.

Harrison Drury’s services include Business Protection, Dispute Resolution, Mergers and Acquisitions, Property, Employment, Regulatory and Compliance.

Its specialist sectors include manufacturing and engineering; property and construction; leisure and tourism; transport and logistics, digital and creative; farming and rural business.

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