In this article, we look at the CfD auction scheme in more detail, with a particular focus on the importance of the “strike price” and why the economic benefits of developing offshore wind are crucial to promote investment in new offshore wind farms in the UK.
This article discusses the recent Canadian judgment of South West Terminal Ltd v Achter Land and Cattle Ltd, which should be noted with caution by trading companies and other organisations whose personnel regularly discuss contract terms via informal communication methods, such as WhatsApp, Telegram or WeChat.
Watson Farley & Williams invites you to the next event in our On-Site Construction webinar series.
In the Civil Engineering Surveyor February 2023 Issue, Partner Theresa Mohammed and Associate Emma Thompson discuss how to dodge a construction dispute amid this instability.
In this article we discuss Havila Kystruten AS v Abarca Compania de Seguros AS in which we represented the successful Norwegian shipowner. The judgment is welcome for the detailed guidance on the parties’ rights to terminate shipbuilding contracts as well as the nature and scope of refund guarantees.
Employment contracts require adaption – transparent and predictable working conditions in the European Union
On 1 August 2022, changes to the Proof of Employment Act will come into force, which will have far-reaching consequences for the design of new employment contracts – but also for existing employment relationships.
This article reviews two recent decisions on the use of force majeure clauses for claims arising out of Covid-19 measures.
This is the first contract award for a federal motorway project under the aegis of the new Autobahn GmbH authority set up by the government on 1 January 2021.
Mistakes can happen. What happens when, as a result of such a mistake, parties enter into a contract which does not reflect their prior agreement or their intentions?