Road traffic accidents , General advice
What the new rules have to say if you are planning to ride your own e-scooter
E-scooters may have become commonplace on our streets over the last few years but technically they are illegal…that is until now, sort of. But what do owners and riders need to know?
Can employees refuse to return to work if they feel unsafe?
Can an employee refuse to return to work due to fears of contracting Covid-19? Where does the law stand if employees decide to ‘take a stand’?
What landlords need to know about the government’s ‘pre-action protocol’
The courts are due to open again on 23 August. When they do, there will be a new ‘pre-action protocol’ for landlords to comply with.
Goods and services disputes
Don’t take a gamble when it comes to online betting
Nicole Rogers gives you the inside track on how to check out the legitimacy of a betting site and your legal options if your online bookie won’t pay you out.
Struggling to pay your rent? Here’s what you need to know
An estimated 2.6 million tenants are expected to fall behind on rent payments because of the pandemic.
General advice , Motorcycling
What you should know about cycling laws
Where does the law stand on helmets, safety cameras and cycling offences? Chloe Williams, Legal Adviser from DAS Law, has the answers.
Flexible furlough: what you need to know
Employers are left trying to understand how the recently ‘flexible’ CJRS can be used as we come out of lockdown and more businesses reopen and bring back their workforces.
The law and the right to peaceful protest
The right to peaceful protest in the UK is expressly guaranteed under European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). But how does that translate into our law? What is the current UK law on protesting?
Goods and services disputes , Holiday disputes , Professional services disputes
A summary of your consumer rights during the Covid-19 crisis
Whilst we try and navigate the ‘new normal’ there are a number of consumer issues which are causing concern. Simon Roberts looks at everything from shopping to holidays.
Redundancy: an employer’s guide
Hayley Marles and Simon Roberts – both Senior Associates at DAS Law – look at what an employer needs to know about redundancy.
Redundancy: an employee’s guide
Hayley Marles and Simon Roberts – both Senior Associates at DAS Law – look at what an employee needs to know about redundancy.
Employment disputes , Protecting your business
The return to work: a guide for employers
Lucy Kenyon looks at what employers need to consider when returning employees to work.
Growing your business , Protecting your business , Setting up a business
How to make business decisions ‘virtually’
The Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing bought into sharp focus the need for all organisations to consider their decision making processes.