On Thursday 23rd March, Zachary Kell and Jamie Cockfield hosted a Junior Programme webinar on “Limitation in Commercial Invoice Claims and ‘Heads of terms’, ‘subject to contract’ and other phrases in the making of legally binding agreements.”
Limitation in Commercial Invoice Claims
Zachary discusses the recent judgment of the Court of Appeal in Consulting Concepts International Inc v Consumer Protection Association (Saudi Arabia)  EWCA Civ 1699, in which he appeared, discussing the question of when the limitation period in claims brought under a commercial invoice first accrues and what practical conclusions can be reached for the benefit of commercial clients.
‘Heads of terms’, ‘subject to contract’ and other phrases in the making of legally binding agreements.
Jamie discusses the relevant legal principles which should be considered in assessing whether pre-contractual documents are legally binding and enforceable.
Junior Programme events are aimed at recently qualified lawyers and consist of an hour long webinar covering topical issues such as recent case law. The webinars will however provide a helpful refresher for more experienced practitioners and we welcome all of those who are interested in joining.
Please find Zachary’s slides attached, here.
Please find Jamie’s slides attached, here.
A recording of the webinar is available on our YouTube channel, here.