High Court claim for loss of damages over Phones 4U breach of contract

A case heard in the commercial court in January 2018 concerning Phones 4U and EE has raised important points about whether a company can claim for ‘loss of bargain’ common law damages for a repudiatory breach of contract. Miles Robinson, partner and Zahra Rose Khawaja, an associate at Mayer Brown International examine the ruling

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