International Womens Day
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The Latest posts (Page 1 of 21) by Rocket Lawyer UK's blog, Everyday Law UK

How do I dismiss my employee legally?

Ask a lawyer

At Rocket Lawyer UK we’ve helped to answer over 10,000 legal questions from our members since 2012. From doing some analysis we’ve managed to pick out some common issues that […]

Are you complying with the new energy regulations?

Energy

As a landlord you have a number of responsibilities either directly to your tenants or for the specifics of your property. Recent changes regarding Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) means landlords […]

Tell us how Rocket Lawyer has helped you!

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Over the last 5 years Rocket Lawyer UK has helped thousands of individuals and businesses with their legal issues. Rocket Lawyer members have made wills, business plans, privacy policies and tenancy […]

GDPR – What’s a Data Protection Officer?

GDPR

If you haven’t heard, GDPR, which stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, is a new European regulation (which also applies within the UK, even post-Brexit) that expands and enhances […]

Mind the gender pay gap: An analysis

Gender pay gap

It’s been almost a year since the Gender Pay Gap Regulations came into effect which required employers with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay data. All public […]

#HowDoI Evict My Tenant

Evict

In Rocket Lawyer’s #HowDoI series, I’ll give you step-by-step instructions to solve common legal issues many people have.

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

International Women’s Day and Law

International Womens Day

March 8th is International Women’s Day (IWD) and the campaign this year is #PressForProgress. The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report states that gender parity won’t happen for another […]

How do prenups affect couples?

Prenuptial

Prenuptial agreements (prenups) have been increasing in popularity, with couples looking to protect themselves following divorce. Although this seems like a reasonable and wise action to take, recent figures suggest […]

6 changes that landlords should be aware of in 2018

Landlords

Last year saw a number of dramatic changes for landlords and the rental market. Recently, there have been changes to buy-to-let mortgage tax relief, affordability tests and stamp duty which […]

4 tips for landlords to avoid invalid section 21 notices

Section 21

Getting your property back from your tenant can be tricky if don’t follow the correct procedure.  You can either serve a Section 8 notice or a Section 21 notice depending on […]

Does consumer law apply to landlords?

consumer

Not many landlords would typically associate themselves with consumer law. Most landlords would normally refer to themselves as investors, however they are providing a service (a home) to consumers (their […]