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The court considered the application of two clauses seeking to exclude and limit liability in the case of Polypearl Ltd v E.ON Energy Solutions Ltd.
Clauses that were a rarity three or four years ago are now increasingly being tabled in the negotiation phase of a building contract or consultant’s appointment.
Estoppel and waiver are closely linked legal principles that are both fundamentally concerned with fairness.
The Swiss court recently had to decide whether the parties were obligated to use the dispute adjudication board procedure prior to referring the dispute to arbitration.
Ensuring your rates of liquidated damages are a ‘genuine pre-estimate of loss’ is no longer enough to ensure that they will not later be held to be a penalty.
The Pensions Regulator’s financial support direction case against various companies in the Lehman Brothers group has settled.
This briefing summarises some of the key information has to be disclosed by website operators.
Non-Chinese contractors are regularly encountering contracts containing arbitration clauses providing for disputes to be determined by Chinese arbitration centres.
This note provides a short summary of the two formal insolvent liquidation processes.
The European Commission is carrying out a review of the Commercial Agents Directive.
A new EU regulation on the provision of food information to consumers consolidates and updates two areas of labelling legislation into a single text.
The number of prosecutions that the HSE takes each year as a consequence of injuries caused by inadequate guarding remains astonishing.
The government has recently announced that it will remove the £5,000 upper limit on fines imposed in the magistrates’ courts.
The recent major cabinet reshuffle sees Matthew Hancock replacing Michael Fallon as the new business and energy minister.
There were some very clear and succinct messages to emerge from the keynote addresses at the inaugural Made in the UK Conferences & Exhibition.
Affiliate marketing is the term given to marketing whereby a supplier puts adverts for its products or services on a third party’s website.
In the ongoing battle against the burden of ‘empty property rates’, a further blow has been dealt to landlords in a recent court case.
The implications of the Google ruling will be relevant to all types of business — including real-estate businesses.
All employees can ask for flexible working from 30 June. Here are Shoosmiths’ top three tips for avoiding the doom and riding the wave as smoothly as possible.
Allan Skelton joined Nabarro partner Martin McKervey and representatives from various companies at the UK Manufacturing: Exporting event.