This book is the leading account of contract law in England and Wales in relation to implied terms. Implied terms are not only frequently of great importance in litigation, but can assist business parties in planning contracts effectively by allowing them to identify issues over which they do not need to negotiate because they would be content with the terms the law would imply. Distinct commercial advantages of this approach can include savings of management time in negotiating and avoiding trade-off costs demanded by counterparties in exchange for agreeing an express term.
The Brussels I-bis Regulation remains the most significant legal instrument for procedural law in the EU, providing the cornerstone for questions of international jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters. This authoritative book provides a thorough and practical analysis of the Regulation, with particular focus on its interpretation and application.