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Disrupted? Prove it!

United Kingdom - May 3 2017 Disruption (too often confused or intermingled with a delay claim) is notoriously difficult to establish. It can be crystal clear to everyone on the...


Letters of Intent: Avoiding those Bear Traps

United Kingdom - March 30 2017 The use of letters of intent can be fraught with difficulty. In this Insight we review the key case law on letters of intent of the past few years and...


When good security is paramount and the courts are hands off

United Kingdom - March 15 2017 The law on letters of credit has been upheld in two cases; banks cannot refuse to pay a demand meeting the requirements of a letter of credit unless...

Simon Tolson.


A Yellow Book Tale: Termination, Letters of Credit and a Question of Fraud

United Kingdom - February 20 2017 In this Insight, we look at a recent Court of Appeal case on On-Demand Performance Securities (specifically Standby Letters of Credit) provided by a...


Adjudication Costs: The law of diminishing returns?

European Union, United Kingdom - January 17 2017 For a dispute resolution method designed to deal “expeditiously and relatively inexpensively with disputes” adjudication can, unfortunately, be...