Ms Karen Reynolds

Karen Reynolds

Updates

Company & Commercial

Brexit and contracts – a practical guide for Irish businesses
Ireland | 18 March 2019

Irish businesses trying to navigate the current Brexit landscape should consider the impact of events on their contractual relationships. As Brexit will directly or indirectly affect most, if not all, transactions between Irish and UK businesses or Irish businesses doing business in the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland), Irish suppliers must consider not only events which may directly affect them, but also their supply chain.

Litigation

Court of Appeal confirms no general duty of good faith in Irish contract law
Ireland | 28 March 2017

A recent Court of Appeal decision has restored certainty that under Irish law there is no general duty of good faith in the context of commercial contracts. The decision has a wide application and is of interest to all parties across the entire spectrum of commercial contractual arrangements. It clarifies important questions in relation to the proper approach to the interpretation and implication of terms in a commercial contract.