Commercial Winter Webinar Series – Supreme Court Decision: Pakistan International Airline Corp v Times Travel


Commercial Winter Webinar Series

Date: Wednesday 3 November 2021

Time: 9:00am (1 hour)

Venue: Online

Cost: Free

Supreme Court Decision: Pakistan International Airline Corp v Times Travel

Commercial actors regularly find themselves between a rock and a hard place. Sometimes agreements struck between parties in the heat of the moment will be devoid of consent – the necessary ingredient for making such contracts binding. The question of whether a contract is voidable on grounds of duress – or is simply a bad bargain – can often turn on subtle distinctions.

Join Jay Jagasia and Sam Parsons for a fresh look at lawful act duress through the lens of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Pakistan International Airline Corp v Times Travel.

Related topics will include the legitimacy of demands made by offerors, the problem of ‘known unknowns’ for offerees, and transatlantic perspectives on implied good faith terms.

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