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hear from Richard Nicholas for the latest developments in contract law

16 May 2017

In this five minute video Richard Nicholas, commercial and technology lawyer, talks about the changes in contract law over the last six months and particularly how time plays a difference – either at the start, varying a contract, or at the end of a contract.

Feel free to skip to the section you’d like to watch using the time codes below.

  • 0:32 - No-Variations provisions - Globe Motors v TRW (CA) 2016 and MWB v Rock Advertising (CA) 2016
  • 1:23 – Making a claim - Oliver Nobahar Cookson v The Hut Group 2016 (CA)
  • 1:46 – Letters of intent – Spartafield v Penten – CFI 2016 and Arcadis v Amec – CFI 2016
  • 3:50 - In the last five minutes before a contract gets signed – Fairhurst Developments & Fairhurst v Collins (2016) CFI.

If you would like to hear Richard's talk in full, you can hear an audio recording of the session below.

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