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Three degrees of hardship: an English law perspective

United Kingdom - January 22 2021 The changed market circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have made certain obligations more difficult to perform for many contracting parties…

James Langley, Matthew Turner

Recap on penalties under English law

United Kingdom - July 20 2020 In the current climate, the only certainty is that we live in uncertain times. As the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to interrupt the…

Danielle Beggs, Dan Bodle, James Langley, Liam O’Flynn, Liz Tout

This is not another article about Macondo: no, I want to know why people even bother with gross negligence in joint operating agreements?

United Kingdom, USA - March 25 2015 Judge Barbier decided that BP was grossly negligent in relation to the blowout, explosion and fire abroad the Deepwater Horizon in April 2010. But…

Will English law imply a duty of good faith into commercial contracts?

United Kingdom - March 11 2013 Traditionally, English law has rejected any overriding principle that parties performing contracts should act in good faith or deal fairly with each…

Liz Tout