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    Countdown is on to this year’s Manchester Fastest 50 Awards

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    Torsion Group took home a double win at the Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 Awards 2019.

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    Ward Hadaway's award-winning Public Sector team has scooped a third top accolade this year for its partnership working with the NHS.

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    The deadline has passed for publication of your Modern Slavery Statement - are you compliant?

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    Ward Hadaway is celebrating after being recognised as the busiest corporate dealmaker in the North East in the annual Experian MarketIQ league tables.

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  • Prepare your business for Brexit

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    Colin Hewitt, Head of the Brexit Taskforce at Ward Hadaway, discusses the importance of preparing your business for Brexit from a legal perspective.

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    Our Brexit checklist has been created to assist businesses with the various challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit.

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  • Ward Hadaway recognised as Northern leader for Dispute Resolution after national legal award win

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    We are delighted to have been awarded Firm of the Year in the Dispute Resolution category (outside London) as part of the Legal 500 UK Awards

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Ward Hadaway is one of the UK's Top 100 law firms and a major player in the North of England with offices in Newcastle, Leeds and Manchester.

15 Apr 2019

Ward Hadaway advises hundreds of investors on mini-bond claims

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme ("FSCS") is now considering claims from 2,000 disappointed investors following the failure of a series of mini-bonds known as Providence Bonds plc, Providence Bonds II plc and Secured Energy Bonds plc.

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