Social media and the future of regulatory law in the UK

social media

It was almost inevitable that the wilderness of the internet would end up being tamed – at least to some extent. In the UK, one of the latest attempts to […]

6 changes to employment law in 2019

2019 is the year of change for employment law, with 6 big changes on the horizon ranging from post-Brexit immigration rules to national minimum wage increases to parental bereavement pay. […]

Lasting Power of Attorney: What is it and do I need one?

The number of individuals choosing to hand over control of their assets and affairs to a trusted attorney using a lasting power of attorney (LPA) has substantially risen in recent […]

Common landlord and tenant disputes and how to avoid them

A positive relationship between a landlord and tenant can often be difficult to maintain due to opposing views, meaning disputes between both parties are becoming more common. Understanding the challenges […]

Changes to UK Immigration Law – Key facts for the next 12 months

immigration

The government has announced that doctors and nurses will now be exempt from the restricted Certificates of Sponsorship Tier 2 visa scheme and will instead fall under the unrestricted Certificates […]