Archive for March, 2022

Can alcohol be consumed at work?

According to the National Statistics on Alcohol, more than 25 million adults in England regularly drink alcohol. While it is generally of no concern to employers what staff members do […]

What does the Spring Statement mean for me and my business?

On 23 March the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, made his 2022 Spring Statement to Parliament. The statement is effectively a ‘mini-budget’ for the nation and includes various tax changes intended to […]

New data protection rules for international data transfers

Data protection laws protect individuals’ rights to have their personal information dealt with by businesses in a manner that is fair, safe and transparent. The UK General Data Protection Regulation […]

Sponsoring people under the Homes for Ukraine scheme

The UK’s new ‘Homes for Ukraine’ scheme opened on 18 March 2022. Under this scheme, individuals (and later businesses) can sponsor Ukrainians (and their immediate families) to come to the […]

Employee rights in administration

If you are an employee, and the company you work for falls into administration it is a worrying time. You may be unsure if you will be paid your wages, […]

Legal considerations when starting your Etsy shop

Baking sourdough, gardening, Zoom quizzes… the Covid-19 pandemic brought many interesting trends. One of the most exciting and persistent is the boom in people starting their own businesses making and […]

Important legal considerations for e-commerce stores

E-commerce stores have seen a huge boom in the last few years, something which has been helped massively by the Covid lockdowns. They offer huge amounts of convenience for the […]

How to protect and support your workforce in Ukraine

Armed international conflicts can have disastrous impacts on individuals, countries, and businesses that operate in war zones. For UK businesses that have workers in the area, these conflicts present a […]

Is it possible for someone with dementia to write a legal Will?

According to NHS statistics, 850,000 individuals in the United Kingdom have dementia. As a result of the increasing number of people living longer, this figure is expected to rise. In […]