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Hashing out the Implications of Smart Contracting under English Law

United Kingdom - October 2 2018 Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), commonly known as blockchain technology, is driving a new wave of innovation across many industries. Blockchain...

Charlie Morgan.

Public Procurement Health Check - TCC Decision Provides Checklist of how Public Procurement Exercises can go Awry

United Kingdom - July 20 2018 The case concerned the Council's award of a public contract, worth an estimated £104 million over five years, for Public Health Nursing Services for...

Andrew Lidbetter, Nusrat Zar.

Supreme Court breathes new life into “no oral modification” clauses

United Kingdom - May 16 2018 The Supreme Court has overturned a decision that contractual clauses requiring amendments to be in writing would not preclude amendments subsequently...

Maura McIntosh.

Oil & gas disputes: Old infrastructure, new challenges

USA, United Kingdom - March 8 2018 Through 2017 and, looking ahead to 2018, we have seen a number of trends arising in oil and gas disputes. As infrastructure ages in mature basins...

Sophie Jones, James Baily, Gregg Rowan.

TCC decision illustrates need to consider impact of contractual amendments on liquidated damages clauses

United Kingdom - March 1 2018 In a recent decision, the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) held that a contractor under a sub-contract (which incorporated standard LOGIC...

James Doe.