Starting your business – 7 tips for women entrepreneurs

First published March 8 2022 in celebration of International Women’s Day. Here at Rocket Lawyer, we pride ourselves on encouraging and supporting women business owners, helping them wade through the […]

Happy 4th Birthday GDPR!

Let’s join hands and sing a merry tune; It’s time to blow up a balloon; For today we celebrate the four years we’ve spent; Processing data and getting consent! Happy […]

Love, marriage, baby carriage (and a flexible working request)

So I recently returned to work after a year of maternity leave. I birthed, I fed, I burped, I cleaned spit-up, I played ‘peek-a-boo’ until I was blue in the […]

We’re Hiring! Legal Intern

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Excellent opportunity for a paid legal intern to join a thriving legal technology company based in Shoreditch. About Rocket Lawyer We believe everyone deserves access to simple and affordable legal […]

We’re Hiring! Legal Intern

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Excellent opportunity for a paid legal intern to join a thriving legal technology company based in Shoreditch.

5 reasons why you need a mentor for your start-up

Mentors. They’ve been there, done that and gotten the t-shirt (well maybe not that last one). Yet an unbelievably low number of entrepreneurs start their careers without one. We’re living […]

How to sign your will correctly

You’ve decided to leave all of your worldly possessions to your pet dog Fluffy. She’s charming, loyal and has provided years of faithful companionship (and you’ve spent a small fortune […]

The eleven of hearts and European trade mark reform

European Trade Mark Reform

On 1 October 2017, certain key changes will come into force in respect of EU Trade Mark law and procedure. What are these changes and how will they affect trade […]

Have we seen an end to retaliatory eviction?

Repairs needed!

Retaliatory eviction was a problem for many years, until the government added new anti-retaliatory protection to the statute book. Will the new government measures prevent these types of evictions and […]

Offered free wifi? Check the terms and conditions!

Free Wifi

I read about a prank recently, whereby thousands of free WiFi users inadvertently agreed to 1000 hours of community service by accepting a public WiFi business’ terms and conditions. Duties […]

GDPR – What’s it all about?

You’ve probably heard the acronym “GDPR” floating around a lot recently. The rules surrounding data protection are set to change significantly when the GDPR (or the General Data Protection Regulations) […]

Nothing compares 2 EU – The lowdown on Article 50

It’s been 9 hours and 277 days. Since (“Vote Leave”) took the EU away. Theresa May is due to trigger Article 50 on the 29th March. But what is Article 50 […]