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FIFA World Cup 2022 – Are you tackling employee absences properly?

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Original version published on 19 June 2018. It was reported that absenteeism during the 2018 World Cup cost UK businesses £13 billion. With the 2022 FIFA World Cup starting on […]

Summary of the Autumn Budget 2022

Chancellor Jemery Hunt announced the Autumn Budget on 17 November 2022. In the aftermath of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, September’s mini-Budget, the war in Ukraine and the rising cost of […]

What laws and regulations do wholesalers need to consider?

All businesses need to comply with both the law and applicable regulations. This includes wholesalers. Setting up your business This is not specific to wholesalers but is still an important […]

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Family relationships can be tricky in any situation, but they can be especially difficult to navigate if you are the stepparent of a child instead of being biologically related to […]

What does the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill mean for me?

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6 benefits of working remotely

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What are my rights if my holiday accommodation is cancelled?

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Road laws cyclists need to be aware of

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What you need to know about no-fault divorce

A new change to divorce law has made getting divorced a more straightforward process for everyone involved.  The landmark reform introduced no-fault divorce and is looking to reduce the conflict […]

What does the mini-Budget mean for me?

The Chancellor announced the mini-Budget – officially called the ‘Growth Plan 2022’ – on 23 September. With the cost of living rising, the Government announced a series of changes, including […]

Is your home doorbell breaking the law?

As technology develops, so do the gadgets in our homes, and one thing that has seen a massive rise in popularity is the doorbell camera. These videos allow us to […]

Supplement your income with help from Rocket Lawyer

With the new school year starting, the cost of living going up, and even Christmas almost around the corner, it’s a great time to see what you can do to […]