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Can A Threat To Take A Lawful Act Give Rise To Economic Duress?
Where one party to a contract (A) exerts illegitimate pressure on another (B) such that B has no practical alternative but to accede to A's demands ...
UK
7 Jun 2019
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The Basics: Limitation & Commencing Proceedings - How Long Do I Have To Make A Claim?
While parties are encouraged to take pre-action steps to resolve their disputes without recourse to the courts (and many are able to).
Canada
3 Apr 2019
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Court Sets Aside Arbitral Award For Serious Irregularity
The recent Commercial Court decision in (1) RJ (2) L Ltd v HB provides a rare example of a party successfully challenging an arbitral award on grounds of serious irregularity.
UK
28 Nov 2018
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The Basics: How Can I Vary A Contract?
In the whirl of business, written agreements sometimes fail to track commercial developments; and when disputes then arise, parties may find that their contracts do not say what they thought they did...
UK
4 Jul 2018
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How Wide Is Your Settlement Agreement?
In the recent decision in Khanty-Mansiysk Recoveries Limited v Forsters LLP [2018] EWCA Civ 89, the Court of Appeal considered whether a settlement agreement in respect of unpaid fees...
UK
9 Mar 2018
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The Basics: Whose Terms Apply To A Contract?
In our recent article, we looked at the necessary ingredients for a contract. When you've established that you have got a contract, how do you know whose terms apply?
UK
28 Feb 2018
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How Do I Notify A Breach Of Warranty Claim?
In its recent judgment in Teoco UK Limited v Aircom Jersey 4 Ltd and another, the Court of Appeal considered the steps the claimant needed to take to provide a valid notification of claim under the warranties in a share purchase agreement.
UK
20 Feb 2018
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Benefiting From Breach - When Will Damages Be Reduced?
In its judgment in Globalia Business Travel S.A.U. (formerly TravelPlan S.A.U) of Spain (Respondent) v Fulton Shipping Inc of Panama (Appellant) [2017] UKSC 43, the Supreme Court considered...
UK
14 Jul 2017
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Contra Proferentem - Another Latin Principle Bites The Dust?
Contra proferentem is a legal principle which, broadly speaking, means that where there is ambiguity in a contract, a clause will be construed against the party who put it forward and seeks to rely upon it.
UK
20 Jun 2017
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