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Exclusion clauses: allocating risks in your contracts

Contractual exclusion clauses reflect agreed limits on the ability to pursue claims should the contract "go wrong". However, their use may be restricted, as recent Court of Appeal decisions show.
04 July 2018

BeeMoved: company not liable for passing off for a misstatement on a third party website

The Court of Appeal has held that BeeMoved was not liable for passing off where, without its knowledge, a third party website reverted to old (and incorrect) wording.

02 July 2018

Office holders take note – judicial help is on hand

The special administrators of MF Global UK asked the court for urgent directions regarding the implementation of a CVA. We look at what the decision means for office holders.
26 June 2018

US trade barriers: the developing impact and international response

Following the announcement of US trade tariffs on steel and aluminium, we make some observations on the impacts on supply chains and consumers of growing trade barriers.
22 June 2018

Privilege in investigations: a new hope?

The case of Bilta v RBS provides some assistance to businesses seeking to assert privilege over documentation created during the course of their internal investigations.
08 March 2018

No special treatment for litigants in person

Companies often face claims from people who litigate without lawyers. The Supreme Court has said that litigators without legal aid do not get special treatment in complying with mandatory court rules.
28 February 2018

Procurement challenges: the court maintains an automatic suspension on contract signature

Bucking the usual trend, the challengers successfully maintained the automatic suspension on contract signature pending an expedited trial.
22 February 2018

Unexplained Wealth Orders: what you need to know

Unexplained Wealth Orders are now in force, requiring individual suspects of serious crime to explain the source of their wealth.
30 January 2018

Government procurement prepares for GDPR

Public authorities and bidders need to be aware of how data protection changes introduced by GDPR will affect public procurement. 
03 January 2018

Plans afoot for English-speaking commercial courts in Europe post-Brexit

A summary of developments in the EU to establish English-language litigation centres following Brexit.
11 December 2017

Can you rely on the Law Society to “Find a Solicitor”?

Whether (or not) the Law Society owes solicitors and members of the public a duty of care when they use the "Find a Solicitor" website database will be the subject of a public trial.
24 November 2017

Manifest error case dismissed after seven year procedural history

The case of R (Hersi & Co Solicitors) v Lord Chancellor has finally been decided, seven years after judicial review proceedings were first issued in the Administrative Court.
16 November 2017
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