General advice , Property disputes
Everybody needs good neighbours. But what can be done if someone refuses to be neighbourly?
What happens when a neighbour’s plant is growing across onto your property? And what can be done if a neighbour’s tree is blocking the light into your garden?
What you need to know about the gig economy
Allison Lewis, Head of Employment at DAS Law, looks at what you need to know about the gig economy.
Protecting your business , Setting up a business
4 things you need when you run a business from your home
Running a business from your home could make it easier to balance your home life with your work, but there are a number of extra rules that you will need to consider.
Can employers insist employees have the Covid-19 vaccine?
A number of UK companies recently announced that they will insist that all their employees must have the Covid-19 vaccine if they wish to continue working for them.
Redundancy: an employer’s guide
Simon Roberts and Molly-Ellen Turecek from DAS Law look at seven things an employer needs to know about redundancy.
Dismissal and Redundancy: 7 things employees need to know
Molly-Ellen Turecek and Simon Roberts look at what an employee needs to know about redundancy.
General advice , Protecting your business
5 things you need to know about missing the 31 January self-assessment deadline
With 31 January deadline fast approaching, there are just ten days left for the UK’s 5.4m taxpayers to submit their Self-Assessment tax returnss. What can you do if you miss the deadline?
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.
General advice , Employment disputes
Beware the perils of sharing colleagues’ virtual Christmas party antics on social media
Just because the party is being held online, it should still be treated as an extension of the workplace with both employers and employees conducting themselves appropriately.
NHS Covid-19 Test and Trace App: What happens to our personal data?
Legal adviser Chloe Williams explains how much we know about how the app works and what happens to the personal information we share.
International Stress Awareness Week: your workplace rights
To mark International Stress Awareness Week, Jade Harrison, legal adviser at DAS Law, takes a look at what the law says your employer needs to do about workplace stress
How to deal with mental health discrimination at work
There are legal protections in place to support those with a mental health condition. Here’s what you need to know if you are being treated unfairly at work because of your mental health.
University tuition fees and accommodation costs in a Covid-19 world
Universities have switched to online lectures and some campuses are imposing strict social distancing measures – what rights do students have?