UK Brokers Give Brexit Confidence Boost to London Insurance Market
05 Oct 2017
The latest business confidence survey conducted on behalf of DAS UK Group, the UK’s leading legal expenses insurer, has found that 80% of UK insurance brokers expect London to retain its place as a leading global insurance market, despite the country’s decision to leave the European Union.
School Uniforms – How strict can schools be when it comes to making sure pupils’ uniforms make the grade?
06 Sep 2017
As the school gates open for the start of another academic year, parents are faced with the annual problem of making sure their children’s uniform abides by the rules. Hannah Parsons, Principal Associate Solicitor at DAS Law tells you what you need to know.
DAS shortlisted at ECCCSA Awards
22 Aug 2017
Leading legal expenses insurer, DAS, Legal Expenses Monitoring and Performance Team has been shortlisted in the Best Quality Management Team category at the European Contact Centre and Customer Service Awards (ECCCSA).
Airbnb: Overnight success or a bad night’s sleep?
07 Aug 2017
Nicole Rogers from DAS Law answers the most important questions for existing Airbnb hosts and those thinking of renting out their properties.
Supreme Court ruling could open floodgates for employment tribunals claims, says leading employment law firm DAS Law
26 Jul 2017
The impact of today’s Supreme Court judgment on employment tribunal fees could see the volume of claims increase and better access to justice for employees seeking legal advice, according to leading employment law firm DAS Law.
Can making a citizen’s arrest land you in trouble with the law?
20 Jul 2017
The recent coverage of members of the public taking on alleged criminals can raise our community spirit and encourage people to be more socially active, however it is vital to know what you can and can’t do when it comes tackling and apprehending the bad guys.
Summer holiday clubs: what’s the worst that could happen?
18 Jul 2017
Finding childcare during the school holidays can be a nightmare, especially during the six week long summer break with annual leave running low for many working parents. This leads many to book their children into summer holiday clubs, leaving strangers in charge of your children.
Should you think twice before paying cash-in-hand?
13 Jul 2017
DAS Law answer the questions on the "cash-in-hand economy" following the publication of the Taylor Review.
DAS Modernises Flagship Commercial LEI policy
10 Jul 2017
DAS is upgrading its flagship commercial LEI policy by including additional cover and enhancing other existing elements. The move is designed to make the cover even more suitable for businesses and the risks they face operating in modern society.
Double win for DAS at regional awards
04 Jul 2017
DAS scooped awards for ‘Performance and Quality’ and ‘Team Leader of the Year’ at the South West Contact Centre Forum Awards held in Bristol last week.