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Supreme Court gives clarity on liquidated damages clause

In Triple Point Technology, Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd [2021] UKSC 29 (16 July 2021), the Supreme Court overturned the Court of Appeal to hold that liquidated damages for delay accrue from the due date for performance to the date the contract is terminated.

Beyond level 0 for Scotland hospitality businesses

Hospitality businesses react to First Minister’s announcement confirming 9 August 2021 end of “most” restrictions – is it a step back to life and a reality beyond Covid?

Asia Pacific impact lawyers online gathering

Moderated by the newly elected chair of esela APAC Impact Lawyers, Steven Moe of Parry Field Lawyers, this event considers the question “What does it mean to be an Impact Lawyer in Asia Pacific?”

The impact of COVID-19 on Cayman Islands restructurings

The long-term global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be far-reaching. It has already led to a significant drop in economic activity across the world, with certain industries, such as aviation, retail, hospitality and tourism, being particularly affected.

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Addleshaws secures £100m telecoms deal for BT

Addleshaw Goddard has acted for BT on its £100m agreement with Cellnex for 220 high towers throughout the UK. Edinburgh-based real estate partner Miles Ede led the team for BT alongside partners Bruce Kilpatrick, Paul Bentham and Phil McGough. Spanish infrastructure operator Cellnex, which instructed its in-house legal team, has acquired the marketing and operation rights […]

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Addleshaws makes long-awaited German push with 10-lawyer raid

Addleshaw Goddard has launched its first Continental European office, taking 10 lawyers from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. The team hire in Hamburg includes two current BCLP partners and will allow the office to initially provide advice on M&A and private equity, commercial, employment, international trade and litigation matters. Addleshaws’ arrival in Germany has long been […]

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Former Addleshaws partner takes top legal job at Royal Mail

Royal Mail has replaced its former general counsel Maaike de Bie, who left for EasyJet last year, with an in-house veteran from supermarket chain Morrisons. Mark Amsden, who was formerly Morrisons’ general counsel between 2013 and 2017, joined Royal Mail this month as its legal head and chief risk and governance officer. After departing Morrisons […]

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