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Entire Agreement Clauses given the red card? Nottingham Forest FC puts contract drafting to the test

United Kingdom - November 22 2018 Entire agreement clauses are standard or 'boilerplate' terms often used in contractual documents to confirm that the document in question captures the...

Adam Fisher, Ben Hess.


From the frying pan to the fire: don’t get burnt by an onerous exclusion clause

United Kingdom - June 21 2018 A recent Court of Appeal judgment has provided an excellent reminder of the value of properly drafted exclusion clauses (even when considered to be...

Adam Fisher, Harry Rasmussen.


Stakeholder Proceedings: Whose Rock Crystal Jar is it anyway?

United Kingdom - June 21 2018 Imagine being in the possession of a priceless artefact of important historical significance which does not belong to you. You are responsible for...

Victoria Callicott, Adam Fisher.


What does Brexit mean for Contract and termination disputes

United Kingdom, European Union - July 25 2016 Market uncertainty generated by the UK’s EU referendum result and the lead up to its formal departure from the EU has implications for contracts...

Helen Eastwood, Ian Gascoigne.


What does Brexit mean for Choice of law

United Kingdom, European Union - July 25 2016 The two Rome Regulations affecting contractual (Rome I) and non-contractual (Rome II) choice of law, which provide that the court will uphold the...

Helen Eastwood, Ian Gascoigne.