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“Penalties”: a century on, is the law changing?

United Kingdom - July 3 2015 A recent case, ParkingEye, concerning a motorist's appeal against a £85 charge for overstaying his two hour period of free parking in a private car…

William Gard, Marcus Harling, Lloyd James

Litigation privilege

Canada, United Kingdom - January 28 2014 We have written about legal privilege before and while it sounds like something which could only interest a lawyer, the consequences for clients of…

William Gard, Marcus Harling

Multi package contracting: how to deal with interface issues

United Kingdom - May 27 2014 Most offshore renewable energy projects are procured on a multi-contract rather than a single EPC (turnkey) basis. This is generally found by…

William Gard, Marcus Harling

When are “goods” not “goods”?

United Kingdom - November 11 2013 When relying on the implied terms relating to the quality and fitness for purpose of goods under statute and common law, it is important to note…

William Gard, Marcus Harling

Statements of truth: take them seriously!

United Kingdom - July 3 2015 Last month, the TCC considered a relatively unusual application for TCC business in GB Mineral Holdings Ltd v Short: an application for committal for…

William Gard, Marcus Harling, Lloyd James