Legal Services Buyer’s Guide

If you have a legal issue, it can be difficult to know who to turn to for advice. With so many different types of advisers in the market, legal buyers face a...

Choosing a Legal Adviser

Legal advisers are there to help you understand your rights, and to use the law to solve your problem. They should do...

Legal Advice for Individuals

Whatever your situation, it helps to understand the legal issue you're facing and what kind of advice...

The Legal Market Place

The UK's legal market place can be complex to navigate. Different advisers offer different services at different...

Paying for Legal Advice

One of key factors when buying legal advice will be the cost. Legal services can be complex and...

What are the Different Types of Lawyers?

Legal services in England and Wales are offered by various types of lawyers. There are important differences between...

Law for Business

Read our latest articles covering law and legal issues for businesses.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

With businesses across the UK economy suffering the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the Government has stepped in to help employers avoid layoffs...

Coronavirus: Making Workforce Changes

Employers are having to make difficult workforce decisions in response to the coronavirus outbreak. While the Government introduces emergency schemes to avert widescale layoffs...

Coronavirus: Caring For Dependants (Employer Guide)

With the coronavirus crisis affecting the UK as a whole, and following the closure of UK schools from 23 March 2020, increasing numbers...

Law for People

Read our latest articles covering law and legal issues for people.

Contracted Hours Not Being Met? (Help!)

5 minute read Last updated: 20 March 2020 The problem of contracted hours not being met is affecting employees across the economy as...

Zero Hour Contract Rights

If you are one of the tens of thousands of individuals employed in the UK on a zero hour or casual basis, it...

Statutory Paternity Pay & Leave Form (SC3)

Employees meeting the qualifying criteria have a statutory entitlement to take either one or two weeks’ paternity leave within eight weeks of the...