- Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Europe Ltd v BAE Systems (Al Diriyah C4I) Ltd
The court interpreted the terms of an agreement for the supply of a number of software licences and determined that the agreement incorporated the terms of another agreement which entitled the parties to terminate the licence agreement early for convenience.
- Iliffe v Feltham Construction Ltd [ 9 July 2015]
Construction law- The Court of Appeal considered the extent to which it could be unjust to enter summary judgment in multi-party proceedings before all parties had pleaded their cases. It concluded that where causation was unclear, and issues relating to causation remained to be determined at a full trial between the other parties, that could constitute a compelling reason under CPR r.24.2 (b) not to enter summary judgment.
- Obrascon Huarte Lain SA v Attorney General for Gibraltar [9 July 2015]
A design and construction contract incorporating the FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build had been validly terminated where the contractor had suspended work and delayed completion in consequence of its own failure to foresee the extent of ground contamination on the site.