Can I require staff to be vaccinated?

COVID-19: Vaccination and the workplace...

Brexit: new rules in force

Following the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December, new rules are now in force....

COVID-19 round-up

COVID-19 round-up: Updated guidance on furloughing parents and shielders; No appeal from the government over High Court health and...

Thinking of becoming a landlord?

If you are thinking of becoming a landlord and renting out your flat or house then here is what you need to know before you think about...

LawEasier Opening Hours for Christmas 2020

LawEasier is available 24/7 as AI doesn't need a break but some of the LawEasier humans do so here is what is happening over the festive...

Appealing a Parking Fine

If you have had a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) there may be certain circumstances where you can appeal it....

Can I legally change my name?

As long as you are not trying to deceive or defraud anyone you are entitled to go by whatever name you choose....

COVID-19 round-up: shielding staff eligible for sick pay again; funding changes

As well as the extension of the furlough scheme, there have been a number of other recent announcements affecting employers and the...

Gender-fluid and non-binary staff protected by Equality Act, tribunal rules

An Employment Tribunal decision has confirmed that gender-fluid and non-binary workers are protected by anti-discrimination laws, in...

Furlough scheme extension: further guidance published

The UK government has published more guidance about the extended Coronavirus Job Retention (furlough) Scheme, which runs until 31 March...

What can I do about noisy neighbours?

Noisy neighbours can be annoying and stressful, here's what you can do to deal with the problem....

European court ruling complicates overseas data transfers

If your business transfers anyone's personal data beyond the UK (particularly to the US), a recent ruling in the Court of Justice of...