This session will cover court cases which have been decided over the last 18 months and have had major impact s on IT contracts.
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This session will cover court cases which have been decided over the last 18 months or so which potentially have major impacts on IT contracts in a business to business context. Topics that will be covered include:
- When contracts become binding
- Making time ‘of the essence’
- Best reasonable efforts / all reasonable steps
- Duties of good faith and ‘relational’ contracts
- Limitations of liability
- Exclusions of loss of profit and consequential loss
- Liquidated damages and penalties
About the speaker
Paul Golding is an English commercial contract solicitor who, for many years, has been advising clients (both suppliers and buyers) on the drafting, interpretation and negotiation of commercial contracts. After partnership at a large Central London law firm, in 2004 he established TRG Law as one of the new breed of firms taking advantage of the developments in communication technology and the internet with the intention of providing clients with a cost effective way of obtaining premium quality advice.
Paul has spoken on commercial law topics for in excess of 20 years. TRG also publishes regular email ‘Updates’ on developments in commercial contract law, in the course of which they have developed an archive of case reports which now total in excess of 400 of the most important judicial pronouncements.
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