Harriet Campbell

Stephenson Harwood LLP

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Q2 | 2021

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What does “mandatory law” really mean? Lamesa v Cynergy

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - September 30 2019 Many finance contracts contain general provisions regarding compliance with “mandatory” laws. What actually constitutes a mandatory law in the field…

Stephen Ashley, Sue Millar

Fraudulent misrepresentation and third party loss

European Union, United Kingdom - October 24 2019 In this Court of Appeal case, two important points of contract law were clarified: 1) the test for "inducement" in fraudulent misrepresentation; and…

Ben Sigler

Closing bank accounts: Courts put banks under pressure

European Union, United Kingdom - September 11 2019 As the crackdown on Economic Crime continues, it is no surprise that the number of complaints regarding bank account closures is growing. Typically…

Sue Millar

Contracts and COVID-19: 10 Top tips

European Union, United Kingdom - March 26 2020 Nobody knows what will happen over the coming months. But decisions on complying with contractual obligations need to be taken now nonetheless. We…

Sue Millar

Exemption / exclusion clauses: No penalty if you have a legitimate interest in your default interest rate

European Union, United Kingdom - October 28 2019 In one of the first cases to apply Cavendish Square v Makdessi [2015] UKSC 67, the Supreme Court's seminal decision on penalty clauses, the…

Ben Sigler