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Dunlop Pneumatic Tyres Co Ltd v Selfridge & Co Ltd [1915]

After litigation is bought against a third party the enforcement of a contract extending beyond reasonable bounds proves the undoing of a commercial tyre distributor when the rules of English contract law move to narrow the scope of claim and protect those party to sub-contracts. 498 more words

Neil Egan-Ronayne

COVID 19 - How Does It Affect Contractual Obligations?

It is fair to say that COVID-19 has affected every business in the United States, regardless of how small or large.  The supply chains are straining, mass layoffs are in progress, and many businesses are facing decisions that the they have not considered even just a week ago. 640 more words

Texas Business Law

Breach of Contract May Be Plead in the Alternative to Legal Malpractice, but Punitive Damages are not an Option

Signal Financial Holdings LLC and Signal Funding LLC (together “Signal”) accused a former Signal executive, Farya Jafri (“Jafri”), of misappropriating trade secrets while separating from Signal and using them to compete against Signal.  263 more words

Fiduciary Duty

Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. (1893)

The primary ingredients to a valid and enforceable contract are (i) offer (ii) acceptance (iii) consideration and (iv) performance; and so on this occasion, the sale of medicinal apparatus proved the undoing of what may have at first blush appeared to be a lucrative use of marketing and false pretence. 401 more words

Neil Egan-Ronayne

Sir Philip Rutnam and Constructive Dismissal

The FDA union has been busy recently. A couple of weeks ago it was reported that the union were supporting Sonia Khan in an unfair dismissal case arising from her sacking as a special adviser. 1,451 more words

Breach Of Contract

Article Referral: "Clauses in Sale of Property agreements"

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The below article is worth reading for those interested in learning about some important clauses to look out for in a contract for the sale of property. 159 more words

Learning

Release Blitz: 'Breach of Contract' by Elizabeth Miller

Title: Breach of Contract
Series: Kavanagh Family Romance #1

Author: Elizabeth Miller

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: January 31, 2020

Blurb

Bonafide bombshell Maisie Walker loves sex. 847 more words

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