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Price matching rights: more trouble than they're worth?

United Kingdom - November 20 2018 Price matching rights were the subject of a recent dispute between Rangers Football Club and Sports Direct. They typically allow an incumbent...

Ben Chivers, Stephen Whitfield, Tom Purton.


Contract variations: a short guide

United Kingdom - November 2 2018 Contracts are often amended to take account of changed circumstances. But care is needed to avoid the pitfalls. Think about the rest of the contract...

Louisa Chambers, Ben Chivers, Tom Purton, Dan Reavill.


The Network and Information Systems Regulations: will your business have to comply?

European Union - July 31 2018 The Network and Information Systems Regulations came into effect with little fanfare on 10 May 2018, when most businesses were in the throes of...

James Longster.


Between a Rock and a hard place?

United Kingdom - June 30 2018 At first sight, the message of the Supreme Court's recent judgment in Rock Advertising v MWB seems simple: if you want to vary your contract, make...

Louisa Chambers, Ben Chivers, Tom Purton.


The devil is in paragraph 3.2.2.2 (ii)

United Kingdom - November 21 2017 What if the main body of a contract appears to say one thing, but the detailed wording of a technical schedule appears to be at odds with that? You...

Ben Chivers, Tom Purton.