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Court of Appeal confirms exclusion clauses should be construed narrowly if necessary to resolve ambiguity

United Kingdom - April 14 2016 In a recent decision on contractual interpretation relating to an exclusion clause, the Court of Appeal confirmed that, if necessary to resolve…


Californian Slavery in Supply Chain judgment provides case study for UK

United Kingdom, USA - March 8 2016 A recent decision in The District Court of California has potential relevance to the reporting obligations companies have under English law regarding…

Co-authors: Oliver Elgie.


Supreme Court re-emphasises importance of “natural meaning” in interpreting contracts

United Kingdom - June 25 2015 In interpreting a service charge provision in a number of long leases, the Supreme Court has concluded that arguments based on commercial common…

Co-authors: Gary Milner-Moore.


Court of Appeal considers conflicting jurisdiction clauses in insurance service agreements

United Kingdom - May 22 2015 In the recent case of Trust Risk Group SPA v AmTrust Europe Ltd [2015] EWCA Civ 437 the Court of Appeal held that there was a good arguable case that…

Co-authors: Rachelle Waxman.


High Court implies duty of honesty and integrity into vehicle recovery contract

United Kingdom - March 12 2015 In a recent decision, the High Court has implied a duty of “honesty and integrity” into a vehicle recovery contract: D&G Cars Ltd v Essex Police…

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