Beware the perils of sharing colleagues’ Christmas party antics on social media
Are people allowed to record and share your more embarrassing moments without your permission? What does the law have to say?
The school nativity – danger in the manger?
Antony DiPalma, solicitor at DAS Law, looks at the photographic minefield of the school nativity play.
General advice , Employment disputes
The dos and don’ts of the office Christmas party
Hannah Parsons, solicitor at DAS Law, has the following advice to ensure that your office party does not result in writs and recriminations.
Can being a have-a-go hero land you in trouble with the law?
What can you do, and what can’t you do, when it comes to tackling and apprehending the bad guys?
Wearing a poppy at work
Can your boss stop you from wearing a poppy at work? Alexandra Owen, senior associate at DAS Law, tells employers and employees what they need to know.
General advice , Property disputes
How Halloween can turn into a legal fright night
Halloween is generally a ‘spooktacular’ time for all but a few bad apples can spoil the fun. So what can you do if someone chooses to play a trick and damages your property?
The closure of the workplace childcare voucher scheme: what you need to know
On Thursday 4 October 2018 the government will close the childcare voucher scheme to new entrants; here’s what you need to know.
New school year brings new clashes over school uniforms
Strict school uniform rules have angered parents across the country, but where does the law stand and what can parents do if they disagree with school rules?
General advice , Goods and services disputes
Weddings – what to do if your big day doesn’t have a fairy-tale ending
What happens if your wedding plans end in disappointment because of problems with your dress, your hair or the food?
Day Out Disaster – What happens if your little darling damages a precious work of art?
The recent news that a family were hit with a £100,000 bill after their toddler damaged a work of art will send shivers down the spine of families across the country who are planning their days out over the summer.
Children’s parties – when merriment turns to misery
What happens if things go wrong and someone is injured at a party? Are parents and guardians legally responsible for making sure the venue is safe?
General advice , Motorcycling
How can I fight a parking ticket?
There are a number of important differences between parking tickets from the local council and those enforced by private companies. DAS Law has the lowdown on parking tickets and tells you how to pursue a dispute and avoid paying penalty charges.
Let’s get this royal street party started!
You may not have received an invitation to the royal wedding, but that doesn’t mean you and your neighbours can’t have your own party and join in the celebrations for Harry and Meghan’s big day.