Jeremy Callman to co-present webinar on Joseph v Deloitte
21st Apr 2020
The recent High Court case Joseph v Deloitte NSE LLP  EWHC 3354 (QB) gave an interesting and rare insight into one of those few partnership cases that make it to a High Court trial. Interesting particularly as it might be seen to come to a decision which some may regard as ‘not fair’, but nevertheless is insightful of the direction of travel in the Courts of when parties in a partnership/LLP will be held to the precise wording of their agreement, and to what extent implication of terms or estoppel can be deployed. Other recent cases can also be fed into the debate: Flanaghan and the section on construing the notice provisions in that case, Dymoke and the successful attempt to imply a term there (albeit not a partnership case) and the recent partnership case, Bolye v Burke in which provisions on a partnership pension were tightly construed.
Ten Old Square’s Jeremy Callman and John Marshall of Slater and Gordon will present a webinar based on the issues raised by Joseph and Deliotte and related cases and invite you to participate in what we hope you will find to be interesting and thought provoking debate.
The webinar takes place on 13 May at 8.30am and is expected to last an hour with plenty of time for discussion.
To book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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