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It's a (litigation) privilege: harder to argue than you'd thinkBy Clare Tiernan
Contract warning: the court will assume you’re ready, willing and able, even if you say you’re not By Sohrab Daneshku
To assess damages for a breach a contract the court often has to decide what would have happened if there was no breach. This article examines this issue, discussing the recent case when Jet2 renounced its contractual obligation to maintain the Romanian airline Tarom's planes.
Lewis Silkin represents winning party in landmark Court of Appeal decisionBy Gagan Ranu
Lewis Silkin’s widely acclaimed dispute resolution team has played a leading role in an important Court of Appeal decision with widespread implications for commercial disputes and contract law across a broad range of industries and sectors.