Matthew Jackson attended the official launch of the National Cyber Awareness Course with colleague, Lisa Page, on Monday 7th September at the Houses of Parliament, and discusses the importance of the course and cyber security for businesses.Read More
My cycling chums keep telling me that it’s all about the data and keep going to about Strava. For those who don’t know, Strava is a running and cycling performance app that logs your training – I thought it was an exotic fruit.
Neil Mason looks at the estoppel doctrine, which governs situations where a party acts against the spirit of a contract and the common understanding of the parties when it was made.Read More
Jon Close looks at liquidated damages and whether or not they are always an exhaustive remedy for delay.Read More
Emilie Sclater looks at a case with some interesting implications regarding limitation periods following an adjudication.Read More
Katie Pickering provides a refresher on what liquidated and ascertained damages entail and how they apply to construction contracts.Read More