UK Supreme Court upholds “no oral variation” clause
UK Supreme Court upholds “no oral variation” clause
14 June 2018 | By  Stephanie Nicolson
The United Kingdom Supreme Court has unanimously confirmed that “No Oral Variation” clauses are valid and enforceable in contract law... Read More →
UK Supreme Court upholds “no oral variation” clause
UK Supreme Court upholds “no oral variation” clause
14 June 2018 | By  Stephanie Nicolson
The United Kingdom Supreme Court has unanimously confirmed that “No Oral Variation” clauses are valid and enforceable in contract law...
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Losing control?
Losing control?
11 September 2017 | By  Joshua Woo
Case Law Update: The Law of Penalties
Case Law Update: The Law of Penalties
16 December 2015 | By  Cecil Hanafin
Clauses in contracts which try to add a specific penalty amount or calculation have always been problematic.
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Video of Rick Shera's Keynote address to National Digital Forum Conference 2014 - Teh Intarweb: It'll be the death of us all
Video of Rick Shera's Keynote address to National Digital Forum Conference 2014 - Teh Intarweb: It'll be the death of us all
04 December 2014 | By  Rick Shera
What happens to our digital assets - the things we post online on social media platforms, blogs etc and to our social media accounts themselves, after we die?
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Goodbye to Postal Rule
Goodbye to Postal Rule
04 June 2014 | By  Rick Shera
In the days when most things went by physical post, in envelopes, delivered by actual people, in real life, mostly on bikes, the law developed the the postal rule. It is an exception to the general rule of contract formation ...
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