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Ayesha Vardag wins Citywealth Career Achievement Award

The champagne was flowing at the Rosewood London Hotel last night for the sixth annual Citywealth Powerwomen awards. The awards recognise individuals and companies who maximise the potential of women in wealth. Vardags directors Georgina Hamblin and Chris Hall sat down for dinner with a number of business high flyers for an evening... Read More

John Oxley discusses freedom of speech on Talk Radio in wake of Louise Reay’s lawsuit

Yesterday morning, barrister John Oxley was called back to Talk Radio to discuss the defamation case of Louise Reay. The award-winning stand up comedian is being sued by her estranged husband, Thomas Reay, for defamation, breach of privacy and data protection after he took offence at one of her shows. He is seeking £30,000 in damages plus... Read More

Love at first stride: an interview with Vardags Equestrian’s Ahmad Mansour

Showjumper Ahmad Mansour rides for Vardags Equestrian from our Dubai base. Having started off 2018 with a leap and a bound, we decided to interview Ahmad in between receiving awards and applause to find out a bit more about his riding career. Are you from a family of horse lovers? My elder brother and late father were professional go-kart racers.... Read More

Robert Conway appears on ITV News to discuss campaign to criminalise 'upskirting'

Robert Conway was invited onto ITV news with Lucrezia Millarini this lunchtime to discuss a young woman's campaign to make 'upskirting' a sexual offence. Gina Martin has been campaigning for a change in the law since last year when she became a victim of upskirting, the act of taking a photograph of underneath a... Read More

Kathryn Mason analyses the treatment of premarital pension contributions on divorce in Family Law journal

Vardags solicitor Kathryn Mason graces the pages of this February's Family Law journal, in a review of the court's approach to pension assets acquired prior to a marriage. Here, she argues that the courts are set to see an increase in disputes over pension funds within the context of financial remedy proceedings, owing to the... Read More

Kathryn Mason inspires students at Queen Mary Law School

Yesterday evening, solicitor Kathryn Mason graced the lecture hall of the Queen Mary Law School at their event ‘Sharing the Secrets of Success’. This Russell Group university, where Ayesha Vardag once led a lecture series, has been ranked top in London for law and continues to produce finely polished legal thinkers. Kathryn converted to law on... Read More

Vardags become title sponsors of the South East Eventers League

With Vardags Equestrian's victories mounting, we are delighted to announce that we are the proud, new title sponsors of the South East Eventers League — or as it now known — the Vardags South East Eventers League. The league, which has been running for over 20 years, encompasses horse trials throughout the year all over the South East. Since... Read More

John Oxley discusses Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong's divorce on talkRadio

Amid media speculation that makeup artist Lisa Armstrong, the estranged wife of TV presenter Ant McPartlin, is seeking a share of her husband's future earnings in their divorce, Vardags barrister and strategy associate John Oxley appeared on talkRadio's Mike Graham slot on Monday to discuss the legal grounding for such a claim. John began by... Read More

Ahmad Mansour wins International Speed Show Jumping at Gulf Elite Tour

Last week, Vardags Equestrian’s seasoned rider Ahmad Mansour excelled at the Gulf Elite Tour in Sharjah, UAE. Competing in the CS12* on both the majestic Ficànka de Vardag and Estoril de Vardag, Ahmad’s success has shown that the momentum of Vardags Equestrian cannot be underestimated. On Friday 26th January, Ahmad rode ‘princess’ Estoril... Read More

John Oxley discusses divorce trends with TalkRadio

This ‘divorce week’, Vardags barrister John Oxley was the lawyer of choice for TalkRadio’s morning show. As the beginning of January is infamous for its influx of divorce petitions, Paul Ross and Carole Malone were eager to understand what really brings people to split and why. Dramatically opening the discussion with a quote... Read More
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