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Chambers of Paul Reed QC and PJ Kirby QC

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IHL Legal Briefings

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Knotweed and environmental protection for landowners.

January 2019. By Hardwicke and Andrew Skelly

If Japanese knotweed is growing on land owned by your company, or on adjacent land, it will be sensible to consider the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Network Rail Infrastructure v Williams & Waistell [2018]. [Continue Reading]

Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience.

July 2018. By Hardwicke and Frederico Singarajah

Perhaps there are no better words than those above of Paulo Coelho, Brazilian author, to describe how to approach Latin America when exploring investment in the region for the first time. There has been a notable shift in traditional international investment to more exotic locations, where new opportunities meet new challenges. [Continue Reading]

Opportunistic conduct and good faith - the line that joint venturers may not cross

May 2018. By Hardwicke, David Lewis, and Emma Hynes

Hardwicke’s David Lewis and Emma Hynes assess the duty of good faith in a classic relational contract following the recent case of  Sheikh Tahnoon Bin Saeed Bin Shakhboot Al Nehayan v Ioannis Kent AKA John Kent  [2018] [Continue Reading]

Property transactions - the fertiliser for the development of contract law

February 2018. By Hardwicke and Brie Stevens-Hoare QC

There is a fundamental tension between the desire for contractual certainty and for agreements to be future proof. Property lawyers know only too well the difficulties associated with the fact neither we or our clients have crystal balls or the ability to time travel. We are regularly asked to look at a contract in a context that you can immediately approach the lawyers drafting the document did not anticipate. [Continue Reading]

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