- May 19, 2020
Indirect and consequential loss exclusions – is it time for change?
Parties to construction contracts often include clauses in their contracts seeking to exclude claims for indirect and consequential losses, believing that such clauses are likely to prevent claims for financial losses such as lost profits and business interruption. Contracting parties may consider such financial losses to be beyond the ordinarily recoverable losses flowing from a … Continue reading Indirect and consequential loss exclusions – is it time for change? →
- July 19, 2019
Collateral warranties – how far can they go?
Our client, an employer, recently approached us for advice on a building contract and associated collateral warranties entered into a few months before. One of the collateral warranties, entered into between our client and a sub-contractor, seemed to impose unlimited liability on the sub-contractor. The collateral warranty included none of the express exclusions of liability … Continue reading Collateral warranties – how far can they go? →