Goods and services disputes , Professional services disputes , Employment disputes
Is the customer always right when it comes to alcohol and pregnancy?
A recent Reddit post sparked debate on personal accountability and the rights of serving staff when it comes to alcohol. Larna Mason explains what the law says.
What employers should do during a heatwave
What are an employer's obligations to employees when the weather gets too hot? Hannah Parsons gives the lowdown.
How your dog could get you in trouble with the law
With ‘dangerous dogs’ back in the news, DAS Law’s Sarah Garner tells you what you need to know about a pet owner’s rights and responsibilities.
Accidents at work , Protecting your business
How to keep your workers safe during Farm Safety Week
Hannah Parsons, Principal Associate Solicitor at DAS Law, looks at what farmers are legally required to do to keep both themselves and their workers safe.
Employment disputes , Protecting your business
How working time regulations can limit your employees’ hours
A study by French researchers has highlighted some of the health risks faced by those working long hours. Sarah Garner, Solicitor at DAS Law, looks at the specific rules and regulations regarding the working day.
Your legal rights if you have private photos leaked
The UK Government has laws in place to combat ‘revenge porn’ and the sharing of private sexual materials with the intent to cause distress or financial gain, so what can you do if you find yourself in a similarly compromising situation?
Personal injury , Professional services disputes
What to do if your dream makeover turns into a nightmare
What rights do you have if you don’t like your new hair style? Do you still have to pay if you didn’t give you the look you wanted?
Understanding the law on facial recognition software
National Surveillance Camera Day has raised many important issues regarding the role of surveillance cameras in modern Britain. One particularly controversial topic is the use of facial recognition software to spot criminals.
When should a condition be classified as a disability?
DAS Law Senior Associate and Legal Executive Tessa Faverty considers this crucial question, drawing on her professional expertise, and personal experience.
Can an employer ban working from home?
A recent ban on working from home at BNY Mellon raised questions about what an employee’s rights are when it comes to working from home.
General advice , Holiday disputes
Term-time holidays: fines for taking children out of school go up 93%
The summer holidays are fast approaching and the allure of cheaper holidays during term time is rising. However, schools are taking a much harder line when it comes to issuing fines to parents who take children out of school early.
Things you need to Notice about the Tenant Fees Act 2019
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 will bring in controls around the fees paid by tenants in the private rental sector and a cap on tenancy deposits. Keira Brown takes a look at the key changes.
7 things you should know about driving fines
Millions of motorists across the UK are committing driving offences they did not know existed. Robert Hodson looks at the law around some of the most common offences.