Eggs, Liability and Data Protection

Posted on Mar 28, 2018 in Bugg’s Boilerplate, General

Changes in the law are impacting liability in all areas of our daily life. Here is the first draft of a warning that perhaps could be used on Easter eggs in the future: DISCLAIMER: Notwithstanding anything you may believe or want to believe or you think that others (hereinafter referred to as the “Third Party”) should believe, and to the full extent permitted by law, these goods (hereinafter referred to as the “Egg”) are...

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Common Sense, Liability and Interpretation

Posted on Mar 6, 2018 in Bugg’s Boilerplate, General, Lawspeak

  The devil may be in the (grammatical) detail, but now it seems that the angel of common sense is coming to assist contract law. After many, many years (you could even say decades) of some English courts interpreting liability clauses in a very strict manner and refusing to support unclear or vague wording, in Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust v ATOS IT Services UK Ltd [2017] EWHC 2197 (TCC), the Court of Appeal has again...

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