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Ensuring commercial agreements can be enforced.

United Kingdom - October 22 2019 A recent case, Volumatic Limited v Ideas for Life Limited (2019), involving a manufacturing agreement has again considered the issue of intention to...

Unlawful restraint or protecting legitimate interests? The judgment of CJ Motorsport Consulting Ltd v Bird & Anor provides a useful reminder of when contractual terms may be unenforceable as a result.

United Kingdom - October 7 2019 The recent High Court decision of CJ Motorsport Consulting Ltd v Bird & Anor provides guidance on the established principles of restraint of trade...

Revisiting the principles of contractual interpretation in Pease v Henderson Administration Ltd

United Kingdom - March 5 2019 In the case of Pease v Henderson Administration Ltd 2019 EWCA 158 the parties performed their contract under a different scheme to how they had...

Oral contracts: lessons from the Supreme Court

United Kingdom - February 26 2019 The recent Supreme Court case of Wells v Devani 2019 UKSC 4 considered oral contracts and offers guidance for ensuring key terms are binding and...

Focus on manufacturing - current trends and opportunities.

United Kingdom, European Union - February 21 2019 With the uncertainty of Brexit, UK manufacturers are doing their best to focus on what can be controlled. In our latest edition of 'Focus on...