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It's Settled: when a compromise becomes binding by Angela Fouracre...
A settlement arises when two parties in dispute manage to reach a mutually acceptable compromise of ...

In Good Faith: Recent Developments by Angela Fouracre...
In the June 2012 edition of Legal Eye – Technology Disputes, we looked at contractual obligat...

Without Further Delay: Court of Appeal guidance on assessing repudiatory...
It is not uncommon for the delivery of major IT and other technology projects to be subject to, som...

Be reasonable...Exclusions of liability, UCTA and the 'reasonablenes...
Any commercial contract which incorporates clauses limiting or excluding a party’s liability ...

NetTV and deliberate repudiatory breach: a brief update...
It is possible that the Court of Appeal may soon finally resolve the conflicting legal authority wh...

Rainy Sky - applying a common sense approach to the interpretation of co...
It is not uncommon for significant contractual disputes to hinge on the interpretation and construc...

Walk Away: a look at recent developments on deliberate repudiatory breac...
It is not uncommon for parties to contracts which have become unworkable and/or unprofitable to fin...

Supply of third party software and other issues: A look at the decision ...
The High Court recently dismissed a claim brought by the London Borough of Southwark against IBM in...
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