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MRI Trading AG v Erdenet Mining Corp LLC *

United Kingdom - November 22 2012
Achieving certainty, interpreting “shall be agreed” in a settlement agreement by reference to the ‘bigger picture’ – MRI Trading AG v Erdenet Mining Corp LLC [July 2012].

Co-authors: Jonathan Spearing.


F G Wilson (Engineering) Ltd v John Holt & Co (Liverpool) Ltd *

United Kingdom - November 22 2012
The seller (F) manufactured and sold generator sets to the buyer, Holt Liverpool (H) who ordered the sets online for resale to Holt Nigeria.

Co-authors: Jonathan Spearing.


PEC Ltd v Asia Golden Rice Co Ltd *

United Kingdom - November 22 2012
Asia Golden Rice alleged that in May 2008 it had agreed to sell to PEC 25,000 mts of rice, but PEC had failed to perform the agreement.

Co-authors: Jonathan Spearing.


Bominflot GmbH v Petroplus Marketing AG (“The Mercini Lady”) *

United Kingdom - November 22 2012
B agreed to purchase a consignment of gasoil from P on FOB terms to be shipped and delivered to B at Antwerp on the vessel Mercini Lady.

Co-authors: Jonathan Spearing.


Speculation, hedging and capacity: what is the distinction and does it matter? *

United Kingdom - September 4 2012
The central issue in Standard Chartered Bank v Ceylon Petroleum Corporation was whether two commodity derivative contracts made under the 2002 ISDA Master could be enforced against one party who alleged that making those contracts was ultra varies in that it had no legal capacity to make them such that they were unenforceable.

Co-authors: Peter Bennett.


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