Recovering debts in a post Brexit Britain
This article looks at the possible impact for Credit Managers on our upcoming exit from the EU, and how they will recover debts from EU customers.
The work of the Standing International Forum of Commercial Courts
This article introduces you to the work of the Forum, established in 2017 and bringing together over 35 judicial representatives from across the globe to share best practice and to assist the effective resolution of commercial disputes.
Heads of terms can form a binding contract
The High Court has held that heads of terms agreed at a mediation are capable of amounting to a binding contract that the court will uphold.
Breaching the GDPR won’t fly with the ICO
This week’s announcements by the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) of its intention to fine British Airways and Marriott International £183M and £99M respectively, has not come as a surprise to many.
Limber up for rate reform
Rate reform has been high on the FCA agenda since 2013, arising out of the financial crisis in 2007. And this year will see Finance House Base Rate (FHBR) disappear. In this article, we consider what firms should be doing now to prepare for this.
CVAs and Stays
Can a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) lead to a stay in the enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision?
The price is right – or is it?
Key pricing provisions are often hidden away in the schedules to commercial contracts. This article highlights the importance of ensuring they are properly drafted at the outset, to avoid later disputes as to how they should be interpreted.