Ashley R Pigott

Gowling WLG

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Q3 | 2018

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The Basics: Limiting and Excluding Liability for Breach of Contract

United Kingdom - May 15 2018 When negotiating contract terms parties will very often seek to include clauses that attempt to limit or exclude damages that may be claimed if a…

Patrick Arben, Teresa Edwards.

Breach of the rules of natural justice

United Kingdom - October 31 2012 We reported last year on a selection of cases on adjudication enforcement where parties have sought (some successfully and others not) to avoid enforcement of the adjudication decision on jurisdictional grounds - where an adjudicator acts without, or in excess of, his jurisdiction or where he is in serious breach of the rules of natural justice.

The Basics: Does legal professional privilege apply to all communications with or through a solicitor?

United Kingdom - July 24 2019 The principle that a client should be able to consult a lawyer in confidence without fear of having to disclose communications between them at a later…

Teresa Edwards, Andrew Smith.

The Basics: Termination for breach of contract

United Kingdom - July 10 2018 Terminating a contract because one party is in breach is not as straightforward as it sounds. Does the breach entitle you to terminate? Getting the…

Emma Carr, Teresa Edwards.

Why limit liability for breach of contract?

United Kingdom - May 15 2018 When negotiating contract terms parties will very often seek to include clauses that attempt to limit or exclude damages that may be claimed if a…

Patrick Arben, Teresa Edwards.