Social media: Is your prize promotion legal?

Molly-Mae Hague’s Instagram prize promotion - a giveaway of luxury goods - fell foul of the Advertising Standards Agency code. Would yours?


Written by Clare Veal

Stamp duty holiday extended: What does this mean for you?

The stamp duty holiday extension will allow purchasers an additional three months to complete transactions that it was feared would otherwise fall through.


Written by Greta Baruffi

90 seconds on… Maintenance

"We're divorcing. Will I get spousal maintenance?" Our family law experts answer your questions.


Budget 2021: Furlough scheme to be extended to the end of September

We look at the extended furlough scheme and the expectation of plenty of Covid-related job retention support.


Covid vaccines: Capacity to decide

As Covid vaccines are rolled-out, we look at a recent case from the court of protection about capacity to make decisions.


Written by Katherine Carroll

Uber decision arrives at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled that Uber drivers are workers not contractors. What does this mean for the gig economy?


Written by Daniel Bolster

Social media and defamation: can you be sued for what you say?

We look at when online comments, reviews or feedback can leave you open to prosecution.


Written by Daniel Bolster

No jab no job? Vaccine and the workplace

Will Covid vaccination be obligatory in the workplace? We answer your questions.


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