- April 7, 2021
Limitation period for a tortious claim: when does it end?
Some breaches of contract do not become apparent until many years have passed. This is especially true where the result is a defect. Recently, our colleague Charlotte Mears blogged on limitation periods under contract. But what happens after the limitation period under a contract has expired? This blog explores the extent to which an answer … Continue reading Limitation period for a tortious claim: when does it end? →
- August 12, 2020
Supplier beware: the CIGA 2020
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA 2020) came into force on 26 June 2020 after a fast-tracked consultation process. Intended to provide a lifeline to struggling businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, it consists of temporary measures, meant to alleviate the short-term disruption caused by the pandemic and permanent measures, which are … Continue reading Supplier beware: the CIGA 2020 →
- May 29, 2019
Beware the short-cut – are preliminary issue hearings a bad idea?
Anyone who has used a GPS knows that sometimes the shortest route can take a mighty long time. On a trip to Pebbly Beach in New South Wales it took me down a little dirt road with so many potholes it resembled swiss cheese. If that wasn’t bad enough, the road led to a dead … Continue reading Beware the short-cut – are preliminary issue hearings a bad idea? →