Retro scooters: a licence to ride?

Adrian Dykes

In Scomadi v RA Engineering, the High Court construed a poorly drafted agreement against a licensor, meaning that the licensee could continue to manufacture the licensor’s retro scooter, even after the original agreement was terminated. Scomadi entered an agreement with Hanwei for the design and manufacture of a retro scooter. The agreement provided that Scomadi Read More

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Once more unto the breach, dear friends: what has been going on in the law of contract?

Richard Farnhill

The new court term started this week; in the realm of contract, it has quite an act to follow. The period before the long vacation saw real shifts in the way that contracts operate and what happens when they fail to operate.  For example: The Court of Appeal has confirmed that “no variation” clauses do Read More