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Law Archive - 2016 - Page 6

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Flying further North: Vardags to launch Newcastle Office

Mere months after the triumphant launch of our new Manchester office, Vardags is venturing further Northwards, with a brand new base in the heart of Newcastle city centre. “We’re absolutely thrilled to be opening a new office in such a vibrant, thriving city as Newcastle”, our President Ayesha Vardag told the ChronicleLive. “It’s a city... Read More

Vardags polo team makes triumphant return at the Tally Ho Farm Polo Festival

Yesterday, Vardags polo team emerged victorious from their first game of the Tally Ho Farm Polo festival at the Royal Berkshire Polo Club. Following a fantastic performance at the Archie David Cup, veteran Vardags player Alice Gipps is back, alongside some new faces for one of the most competitive 2 goal competitions in the country. The team... Read More

New Lord Chancellor in Westminster: Gove has gone and Liz Truss is in

The new Secretary of State for Justice – who also becomes the Lord Chancellor – has been announced and once again a non-lawyer has been appointed. Chris Grayling’s appointment in 2012 was the first ever to a non-lawyer but soon followed Michael Gove and now Liz Truss. It also cannot go unsaid that Truss’ appointment as Lord Chancellor is... Read More

UK’s only LGBT domestic violence charity closes amid allegations of financial misconduct

Broken Rainbow, the only national charity in the UK to deal with domestic violence exclusively in the LGBT sphere, closed its doors last month for the last time. On June 3rd the charity, which ran a helpline and and advice service, went into liquidation. At the time the causes of the collapse were unknown, but there have since been accusations of... Read More

Stamp duty surcharge causes chaos for divorcees

Changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax, which came into effect on 1 April 2016, add a new layer of complexity to divorce cases. Indeed, confusion over the implementation of the tax resulted in the potential for hundreds of trial re-runs. The stamp-duty surcharge, which is three percentage points on top of the property’s existing tax liabilities, is... Read More

The city of perspiring dreams: Vardags travels to Cambridge for the QBLS garden party

As we arrived at Cambridge station, the clouds lifted and the sun burst forth joyously. Driving into the city centre, the spires slumbered in the afternoon sun. Everyone and everything was drenched in a champagne stupor: it was May week, when for seven days, student life in Cambridge becomes nocturnal, and tottering home in full white tie, in... Read More

Celebrating entrepreneurial excellence at The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 conference and awards dinner

Last December, Vardags received the thrilling news that The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 had listed us as the 46th fastest growing company in the UK. It was especially exciting to learn that we were the only law firm who had made the cut. Therefore, when we received our invite to the network’s 19th annual conference and dinner,... Read More

10-4 win for Vardags polo team: an impressive last hurrah in the Archie David Cup

On Friday, Vardags polo team achieved a stunning victory over rivals Sea Island Coffee in the Archie David Cup. With an impressive 10-4 final score, Vardags won the game by one of the largest margins in the competition so far. We braved the Ascot traffic down to Windsor Park in sunshine-soaked Surrey to see the Vardags team in all their glory.... Read More

Victory for Vardags in our first match of the Archie David Cup

It’s been an exciting few days for the Vardags polo team! On Tuesday, the wonderfully talented Sarah Wiseman—our Number 2—was named Most Outstanding Lady Player at the 2016 Polo Awards, otherwise known as the ‘Oscars of Polo’. Today the Vardags team won their first game in the Archie David Cup, giving us all the... Read More

Justice must strike probate and divorce equally, judge rules

The Court of Appeal granted permission to appeal to a man seeking to challenge the validity and legacies of his former mother-in-law, despite not being a beneficiary in the will and no longer married to the deceased’s daughter. The appellant Colin Randall and the respondent Hilary Randall divorced in 2006. During negotiations for a financial... Read More
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