TRG law - newsletter


TRG UPDATE - February 2024   


Welcome to the latest issue of the TRG Update. Just a reminder that on Tuesday 19th March we will be presenting a full day in person interactive seminar entitled Contract Law – Hot Topics 2024. Further details are available at

Amongst the topics being covered will be the latest cases on best efforts and reasonable endeavours, liability caps, and the relevance of insurance, indemnities and duties of good faith and relational contracts.

We very much hope to see some of you there.

In this edition we feature:

  • Excluding liability for dishonesty

  • Liability caps and payment of the price

  • Relational contracts and good faith

An archive of the cases which have featured in our Updates over the years is available here.

Read about how we use cookies

Excluding liability for dishonesty

Innovate Pharmaceuticals v University of Portsmouth (High Court) [2024]

It is often said that a contracting party cannot exclude or limit liability for fraud as a matter of public policy, but this case demonstrates that clauses can be effective to limit liability for careless and even deliberate breaches   ...   More>>>

Liability caps and the primary obligation to pay the price

Costcutter Supermarkets v Vaish (High Court) [2024]

This case illustrates the need to ensure that any liability caps are carefully drafted taking full account of the payment structures set out in the contract ...   More>>>

Relational contracts and good faith

Phones 4U v EE (High Court) [2023]

The latest word on relational contracts and the implication of general obligations of good faith ...  More>>>

This email is intended as general information only and not as legal advice. If you require any advice, please contact us.

© TRG Law Limited 2024

Home Contact us | Subscribe to TRG Update | Subscribe to TRG BRIEFing | Archive

TRG Updates contain practical summaries of important legal developments in commercial contract law, including information technology and related areas.

TRG BRIEFings are brief ‘alerts’ to key contract, technology and intellectual property related legal issues and developments.

TRG law specialises exclusively in the drafting, negotiation and interpretation of technology, outsourcing and commercial contracts.

Compromise on cost not quality
We operate a competitive pricing structure, keeping our charges low but without compromising on quality. We act for companies both large and small, public authorities and charities and also provide tailored in-house training.

Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority. Registration number 567420.


Contact us

Paul Golding

Tracey Tarrant