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Hardship: Do you need to vary your pricing to cover increased costs?

United Kingdom - October 18 2021 Manufacturers are being put under intense cost pressure at the moment on all fronts, with energy, materials and haulage prices all at exceptional…

Peter Snaith.

All packed up but nowhere to go: can you rely on force majeure in the absence of a HGV Driver?

United Kingdom - September 21 2021 The current shortage of HGV drivers is well documented. A combination of COVID-19, Brexit and other factors has meant that there are simply not…

Jonny Gribben.

Any port in a storm: a cautionary tale in drafting

United Kingdom - February 11 2021 In a recent decision in the Admiralty Court before Mr Admiralty Registrar Davison, the Court considered the application of the recently enacted…

Jonathan Dunkley, Harry Rose.

Commercial agents: a cuckoo in the nest?

United Kingdom - January 7 2019 The Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 (the Regulations) give significant protection to 'commercial agents'. A new case makes…

Changes to how to make a change

United Kingdom - May 17 2018 The Supreme Court (the UK's highest court) has made an important ruling on how contracts can be varied. This is highly relevant to the Manufacturing…