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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…

Court of Appeal finds parent company had no duty of care to its subsidiary’s employee

United Kingdom - August 6 2014 The Court of Appeal has reversed a first instance decision that a parent company had assumed a duty of care to an employee of its subsidiary company…

Co-authors: Laurence Terret.

English High Court judgment in ongoing Zambian dispute

United Kingdom - July 24 2014 On 15 July 2014, the High Court in London handed down a further judgment in the ongoing dispute between Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) and U&M Mining…

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