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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 […]

Does consumer law apply to landlords?


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 […]

GDPR – How can you prepare for the GDPR?


With the new GDPR regulations set to be introduced in May 2018, companies have less than half a year left to ensure that they are fully compliant. Failure to comply […]

Digital signage and copyright


Digital signage is a form of technology which allows you to present great content in an effective manner. It’s up to you to provide the great content and it’s important […]

Supporting local businesses on Small Business Saturday

Small business

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are great times to shop for sale items (who doesn’t love 30% off), but these days largely benefit corporations and large retailers. Small Business Saturday […]

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 […]

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 […]

Calculating holiday entitlement made easy

Holiday entitlement

When you employ staff you’ll need to calculate the amount of holiday they’re entitled to. The amount of annual leave an employee is entitled to differs depending on several factors. […]

How to hold your own festival


If you want to hold your own festival or event you’ll need to understand the licensing rules for events and how they will apply. Read on to find out what […]

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 […]

6 tips for working from home

Working from home

Letting staff work from home to receive deliveries, wait for the plumber or even rest a sprained ankle is a popular perk at Rocket Lawyer. We can easily work remotely. […]

What is it like to be a paralegal at Rocket Lawyer?

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Fancy working for a legal technology startup and using your legal knowledge and experience to make the law more affordable and simple for all? Apply for our open paralegal position […]