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Richard specialises in litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution, with particular experience in complex contractual disputes and disputes involving structured financial products and derivatives. He continues to be regarded as a rising star in the field of insurance, particularly in relation to the energy and utilities and financial services sectors. He formerly taught the law of contract on a part-time basis at the University of London. Richard is qualified in England and New York.
Posts by: Richard Farnhill
- What you don’t know can help you - contracts and rights of third parties
- Plus ça change … the Supreme Court rules on the enforceability of “no oral variation” clauses
- Pour encourager les autres – when can your damages exceed your loss?
- Blessings in disguise: when does the law require you to give credit to a contract-breaker?
- A done deal: when a contract has been formed
- Freedom of movement?
- Limiting your liability - some guidance from the Supreme Court
- For better, for worse: further reflections on implied terms
- Once more unto the breach, dear friends: what has been going on in the law of contract?
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- Recitals to a contract: what is the purpose of a purpose clause?
- What does “to the extent that” mean in a warranty claim accounts exclusion?
- Contra proferentem rule when interpreting commercial contracts
- Have no reliance on non-reliance? Clauses excluding misrepresentation must be reasonable.
- Contractual estoppel: is it time for it to go?