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An event of force majeure set out in the contract can be overcome by non-contractual performance

United Kingdom - November 24 2022 A recent decision from the English Court of Appeal has considered the wording of a force majeure clause and determined that a party could not claim…

Louise Lanzkron

English Court of Appeal overturns controversial decision on wasted expenditure

United Kingdom - May 24 2022 The English Court of Appeal has corrected a controversial High Court decision and ruled that an exclusion clause for “loss of profit, revenue [or]…

Rachel Glass

Reasonable Endeavours in a force majeure clause did not require a party to accept non-contractual performance

Russia, United Kingdom - April 1 2022 Force Majeure clauses are again in the spotlight as sanctions are made against businesses with Russian ties resulting in non-performance of…

Louise Lanzkron

UKSC sets out approach to determine the scope of a professional adviser’s duty in negligence: Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton UK LLP

United Kingdom - August 10 2021 In its judgment handed down on 18 June 2021 the UK Supreme Court (the ‘UKSC’), with seven Judges sitting, handed down its ruling in Manchester…

Louise Lanzkron, Robert Rose

In review: the legislative framework for private antitrust enforcement in United Kingdom (England & Wales)

United Kingdom - March 24 2021 This article provides a general introduction to the legislative framework for private antitrust enforcement in United Kingdom (England & Wales).

Peter Willis