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  • UK implements the Damages Directive

    文章

    提交: 21 March 2017

    Regulations implementing the EU Damages Directive in the UK are now in force.

  • Disputes 2017: Civil and criminal crossover

    文章

    提交: 09 January 2017

    The trend of civil proceedings arising out of, and running in parallel to, criminal investigations and prosecutions looks set to continue.

  • How to get yourself sued and maximise your liability 受限访问

    研讨会

    提交: 26 May 2016

    In this session we look at several areas of contractual risk for technology companies, and give drafting tips to reduce those risks.

  • Passmore on Privilege 受限访问

    研讨会

    提交: 29 May 2015

    The session included a review of some of the more interesting recent cases affecting professional privilege in the TMT sector and how it could affect you.

  • The art of the settlement offer: the new Part 36

    文章

    提交: 26 March 2015

    06 April 2015 will see the introduction of long awaited changes to Part 36 offers to settle litigation, so what will change?​

  • Primed to negotiate: the enforceability and drafting of negotiation clauses 受限访问

    文章

    提交: 30 September 2014

    Have the English courts moved towards enforcing "good faith negotiation" provisions in dispute resolution clauses?

  • Contract law workshop 受限访问

    研讨会

    提交: 08 May 2014

    This workshop looks at the current state of the law in relation to termination, choice of law and dispute resolution clauses, and how English law on contractual obligations of good faith has developed since last year’s update. As part of this, we touch briefly upon recent developments in relation to repudiation of contract.

  • Claiming for damages for breach of jurisdiction clause 受限访问

    文章

    提交: 27 January 2014

    The English court considers how the Brussels Regulation applies where a settlement agreement is undermined by fresh proceedings brought elsewhere in the EU.

  • Part 4: Settlement Negotiations 受限访问

    研讨会

    提交: 07 November 2013

    This fourth session in our seminar "When a contract turns sour: practical issues for in-house lawyers" considers settlement negotiations.

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