The Changes Brought by the Misrepresentation Act 1967 Before discussing the changes brought by the Misrepresentation Act 1967, it is necessary to understand common law misrepresentation. A misrepresentation is a false statement of fact or law which induces the other…
Valentina Georgieva discusses the case law in which the definition of software has been considered, and asks whether software falls within the definition of 'goods' under the Sale of Goods Act 1979.
Paige Jones explains the nature and advantages of zero hour contracts in light of the recent media outcry and the focus of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's (CIPD) investigation into their usage.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses whether the doctrine of undisclosed principal can be justified on the grounds of commercial convenience or is it truly an anomaly to the principle of privity of contract.
Mohammed Saleem Tariq discusses the case of Thinc Group v Armstrong , where a written agreement lacked an 'entire agreement' clause.
In an interesting, if not slightly strange article, lawyer James Daily looks at the contract used in The Hobbit film.
Robert Inayat examines the growing influence of agents over football contracts, following several much publicised disputes.
A look at the rule in Foakes v Beer which prevents part-payment of a debt satisfying an entire debt and extinguishing a creditor's strict legal rights