Bad bargains and business common sense19 April 2017 Lois Horne, Jonathan Pratt
Lois Horne and Jonathan Pratt consider a recent Supreme Court decision concerning the interpretation of an indemnity in a share purchase agreement.
No pain no gain? The High Court provides guidance on Wrotham Park damages31 March 2017 Geoff Steward, Jonathan Pratt
Wrotham Park damages can be a useful remedy for claimants who have suffered little or no loss as a result of a defendant's wrongdoing.
In with the old and out with the new15 December 2015 Mark Lawrence, Jonathan Pratt
The Supreme Court recently considered the rules on implying terms into contracts. As arguments about implied terms are such a common feature of contractual disputes, the judgment is likely to be of interest to all commercial parties. The key points are: