UK Commercial Matters

March 01, 2012

In this edition of Commercial Matters, we look at some recent cases that illustrate how certain words and phrases commonly used in commercial contracts do not always have the meaning each party intended and that enforcing some provisions in commercial contracts is not always as straightforward as might appear.

In this issue:

  • Are You Trying Hard Enough? Endeavours and Good Faith Clauses in English Law Contracts
  • Entire Agreement Clauses: The Agreement, the Whole Agreement and Nothing But the Agreement?
  • Gross Negligence: Could Do Better!
  • The Enforcement of Negative Covenants: An Easy Ride?

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