Dan Jewell

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Court finds signed heads of terms not enforceable due to parties’ lack of intention to be bound

United Kingdom - October 12 2022 Documents entitled "Heads of Terms," or "Heads of Agreement" are frequently entered into by parties during negotiations, and disputes often arise…

James Carter, Chloe Mears, Hayley Milner, Maria Scott

May the force be with you: force majeure clauses in the energy sector

United Kingdom - September 19 2018 "Drilling for oil is a risky business", as the judge in the recent Commercial Court case of Seadrill Ghana Operations Limited v Tullow Ghana Limited…

James Carter, Ruth Connolly, Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry, Matthew Lo, Felix Ndi-Obiosa

Exclusive remedy clauses: a cautionary tale

United Kingdom - July 24 2017 Oil and gas suppliers, faced with difficult market conditions, will look to take full advantage of the contractual machinery at their disposal to…

James Carter, Alexander Chaize

Digital assets, their environmental impact, and litigation risk

United Kingdom - September 7 2022 An ever-growing body of English case law recognises cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as transferable property. Following our recent…

James Carter, Benjamin Fellows, Will Floyd

Non-Fungible Tokens: What are the Legal Risks?

USA - September 29 2021 The market for Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) has boomed over the past year. Businesses and asset owners have been creating and selling NFTs representing…

Katherine Roe, Scott Thiel, Chris Whittaker