Partner Abdulali Jiwaji and Associate Sarah Kelly examine contractual interpretation and the Financial List in Legal Business’ Disputes Yearbook 2016.
This article has been published in Legal Business’ Disputes Yearbook 2016, and can be found here.
“Disputes over contractual interpretation find their way to the courts relatively frequently, leaving judges to unpick the wording of complex commercial agreements which will often have been negotiated in detail over many months. The courts will have to weigh up the natural meaning of the words in the contract after hearing arguments driven by the commercial implications of different interpretations for the parties involved, and what one might conclude after applying business common sense. The establishment of the Financial List is itself testament to the complexities encountered by the court in resolving financial markets disputes, and in these types of cases the exercise of contractual interpretation can involve more complexities than most…”
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