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Our services

Being faced with a legal issue can be a daunting process. At DAS Law our expert legal team will be there for you to support you throughout. Find out how we can help.

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Funding your case

At the start of your case we will need to agree appropriate funding arrangements with you in order to be able to represent you. Our skilled, experienced team will help you explore all available funding options.

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Legal expenses insurance

Millions of people in the UK have a form of insurance that could cover the legal costs of many everyday issues. But not many people are aware of this.

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Our legal process

Being faced with a legal problem can be an incredibly daunting prospect. You may not know your legal rights, you could be worried about the cost or even put-off by the complicated language and terms that solicitors use.

At DAS Law we make our legal process clear and simple, with our expert legal team here to support you from start to finish.

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Employment disputes 10 top TUPE tips for employers – Transferees

TUPE kicks in when there is a transfer of a business from one organisation to another or there is a service provision change from one provider to another.

June 2024
General advice , Property disputes Everybody needs good neighbours. But what can be done if someone refuses to be neighbourly?

Sahib Ullah Raj, a legal adviser at DAS Law, delves into the common quarrels that can arise between neighbours and outlines the legal avenues available for resolution.

May 2024
Employment disputes Faulty products face recalls – these are your rights when things go wrong

Gurkaran Singh Gill looks at what you can do if you have bought a faulty product.

May 2024
Employment disputes 10 top TUPE tips for employers – Transferors

Here are our top 10 TUPE tips for the Transferor – this is usually the seller of the business to another or a client seeking to outsource a service.

May 2024
Employment disputes What employers need to know about performance management and grievances

Thomas Eastment, Legal Adviser at DAS, looks at how employers can balance performance management while ensuring fair and legally compliant grievance resolution.

May 2024
Employment disputes Managing absence – an employer’s perspective

Employers must navigate the delicate balance between supporting staff welfare and ensuring operational efficiency.

April 2024
Employment disputes Employee, self-employed or worker? – The Bitesized Edition

Employment status can be complex if an organisation does not define the relationship with an individual clearly and reflective of the actual relationship in practice.

April 2024
Employment disputes Workplace stress: your responsibilities as an employer

Commenting on Stress Awareness Week, Sarah Garner, Solicitor at DAS Law, takes a look at what the law says employers needs to do about stress.

April 2024
Employment disputes International Stress Awareness Month: your workplace rights

To mark International Stress Awareness Month, Sarah Garner takes a look at what the law says your employer needs to do about workplace stress.

April 2024
Employment disputes Don’t get in trouble with the law on April Fool’s Day

When does the line between hilarious and harsh get crossed and can a prank turn into legal proceedings?

March 2024
Employment disputes Top 10 Settlement Agreement tips for employers

The purpose of a Settlement Agreement is to bring an employment relationship to an end by mutual agreement. Here are our top 10 tips for moving people on with settlement agreements.

March 2024
Employment disputes Do employees get extra pay on a leap year day?

Every four years, many workers find themselves cramming an extra day of work into an already packed year. But are workers in the UK entitled to extra pay for this extra work?

February 2024
Employment disputes How Maternity, Adoption and Shared Parental Leave regulations are changing this year

In this Bitesized Edition, we look at the new Maternity Leave, Adoption Leave and Shared Parental Leave (Amendment) Regulations, set to come into force on 6 April 2024.

February 2024