Firework Laws and Regulations

As winter is swiftly approaching, Bonfire Night is just around the corner. We thought we’d tell you all about the regulations around fireworks and firework displays. Not only can this blog help you to understand the law, but help keep … Continued

How to Return a Purchase

At some point in our lives, we’ve all had to return a purchase we’ve made. Whether it’s a t-shirt that’s the wrong size, a faulty toy, or it’s simply the wrong gift, returning something should be relatively easy. However, sometimes … Continued

Legal tips on parking tickets

In this latest blog, we’re focusing on parking tickets on private land – something that may have happened to a lot of us over the years! The reason we’re focusing on private land, not council car parks, is that private … Continued

How speeding fines work

At We Talk Law, we know that it’s not every day that you need a lawyer. However, we also know that you do come across the law every day – from what time you’re allowed to buy things on a … Continued

Changes to Adoption Law

Navigating adoption law can be a long and complicated business, with plenty of forms, assessments, and often a lengthy wait after the initial application. However, the good news is that adoption law is changing to make for quicker placements of … Continued

Dress codes and the law

In light of the recent row over a temp worker being dismissed for refusing to wear high heels at work, we thought we’d delve into the laws behind dress codes. Where is the line between a uniform and a dress … Continued

What Brexit Means for the UK

On the 20th of April, a range of legal practitioners and MPs came together to discuss the legal implications of the UK leaving the European Union. This meeting was about the possible affects of Brexit and the EU referendum vote on … Continued

The National Living Wage

As of the 1st of April, the Government’s new National Living Wage will be introduced to UK Employment Law. The new rate applies to all working people aged 25 and over, and will be set at £7.20 per hour. To ensure … Continued

This Year’s Employment Law Changes

This year, the government is making a range of Employment Law reforms that will affect almost all employers in the UK. The reforms have been considered controversial, but as an employer you need to ensure that you’re following the law. And, … Continued