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Cordato Partners | Australia | 14 Jul 2019

Sky Ship Uluru had no Plan B when its blimp was destroyed by a cross-wind

Ayers Rock SkyShip Pty Ltd (ARS) provided tourists with rides in the gondola of a tethered helium balloon (the Sky Ship) at the Ayers Rock Resort


Allen & Overy LLP | United Kingdom | 5 Jul 2019

Force majeure, causation and damages - a “Classic” conundrum

In Classic Maritime v Limbungan, the Court of Appeal overturned the High Court and awarded substantial damages for breach even though performance


Cordato Partners | Australia | 16 Jun 2019

What losses can a purchaser recover if a vendor fails to complete a Contract for Sale of Land?

Baron Alderson’s formulation of the damages an injured party ought to receive for breach of contract in Hadley v


bpv Hügel Rechtsanwälte GmbH | Austria, Global | 10 Jun 2019

M&A documentation in Austria

A structured guide to M&A documentation in Austria


Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP | United Kingdom | 25 May 2019

Were directors personally liable for an employer's breach of contract?

The claimants were Lithuanian workers who had come to the UK to work for DJ Houghton Catching Services Ltd as chicken


DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 22 May 2019

The dangers of defective record keeping - Freeborn & Goldie v Marcal

The recent decision in Freeborn & Goldie v Dan Marcal Architects 2019 EWHC 454 (TCC) is a stark reminder for construction professionals of the


TLT LLP | United Kingdom | 20 May 2019

Compensation under the Commercial Agents Regulations considered

In the recent case of Green Deal Marketing Southern Ltd v Economy Energy Trading Ltd & Ors, 2019 the High Court provided useful guidance on the


Mayer Brown | USA | 20 May 2019

Supreme Court Rules That A Debtor’s Rejection Of A Trademark Licensing Contract Under Section 365 Of The Bankruptcy Code Does Not Rescind The Contract

Today, the Supreme Court held in an 8-1 decision that when a debtor, acting under Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code, rejects a contract licensing


Squire Patton Boggs | USA | 17 May 2019

When a Loss Falls Within Policy Exclusions as a Matter of Law the Complaint Cannot Survive

The policyholder bears the burden of demonstrating that a loss suffered falls within the terms of the insurance policy. In other words, the existence


Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP | USA | 16 May 2019

A Catfight Over Copyright

A photographer has filed suit against Clorox and its ad company for copyright infringement, arguing that the defendants made use of her photos far

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