In the first of two articles, Chris Parker, Gregg Rowan and Nick Pantlin help readers to navigate obligations of good faith in commercial contracts ‘In general, a duty of good faith, whether express or implied, will not require a party entirely to subvert its own commercial interests to those of the counterparty, or to give …
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- Gold Group Properties Ltd v BDW Trading Ltd  EWHC 323 (TCC);  EWHC 1632 (TCC)
- Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust v Compass Group UK and Ireland (t/a Medirest)  EWHC 781 (QB);  EWCA Civ 200
- TSG Building Services plc v South Anglia Housing Ltd  EWHC 1151 (TCC)
- Yam Seng Pte Ltd v International Trade Corp Ltd  EWHC 111 (QB)