Brexit and IT contracts: Managing escalation, mediation and the prospect of legal action

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You've tried everything to avoid a legal dispute with a business partner, but to no avail. So what should you do next? Arnold & Porter's Michael Bywell offers some advice

In my first article I offered some practical tips on managing termination and exit issues where the scope of existing contracts needed to change to accommodate Brexit-related business decisions. In...

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