5 questions on employee health and safety whilst WFH

Many employees are working from home now, but not everybody has an appropriate work station or home office. In a place of work, it’s the employer’s responsibility to ensure employee […]

Big immigration changes to come in January 2021

The information contained in this blog is for general information only and does not constitute or purport to be comprehensive legal advice. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure […]

Covid-19 and force majeure: FAQ

The restrictions and protective measures implemented by the government to cope with Covid-19 have made it impossible for some businesses to fulfil their contractual obligations. This raises questions on how […]

The future of wills

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic where social distancing is crucial, can you electronically sign a will?  On 17 July 2019, the US passed the Uniform Electronic Wills Act […]

A Message from Rocket Lawyer Founder, Charley Moore

If you’re like me, you didn’t know much about the novel coronavirus last summer. A few short months later, communities around the world fight the same hidden enemy: COVID-19. That […]

Covid-19: Landlord and tenant issues you need to know

The guidance provided here is correct at the time of writing, but could become out-of-date very quickly depending on the situation and any new information provided by the government, the […]

What does the new Budget mean for small businesses?

On 11th March 2020, the Government announced its new Budget for the UK. The Budget contained important changes which could affect small businesses, including relief for the coronavirus outbreak and […]

We’re hiring! Consultant Solicitors

About the role We’re looking to expand the number of consultants we work with to provide legal advice. We’re particularly interested in people with experience in: Non-contentious divorce law. We […]

How will coronavirus affect employers and businesses?

Please note the information contained within this blog is correct at the time of writing and is subject to change. Any quoted figures may have changed since publication. Consult a […]

Resolve a dispute, ignore the court route

The well renowned investor Charlie Munger once stated that going to court is “notoriously time-consuming, inefficient, costly and unpredictable”. It’s hard to disagree with him, and unfortunately for many people […]

Private parking in the UK; what are your legal rights?

Parking on public land and parking on private land are governed by very different sets of rules and enforcement processes. For the most part, parking on public land is governed […]

The laws surrounding on-premises security guards

For legal and practical purposes, a security guard is simply a civilian like anybody else. In fact, a more accurate term for their job might be “watch person” because a […]