The 5 Contract Drafting Mistakes YOU Could be Making!

 
I've seen 5 common contract drafting mistakes lawyers often make while on their path to Legal English Fluency. Here are the 5 mistakes to avoid:
 
1. Using synonyms in the same contract
2.  Using too many words that get confusing
3.  An incorrect use of pronouns
4.  Mixing obligations and definitions
5.  Using and/or in a clause
 
To learn how you can AVOID these 5 contract drafting mistakes, watch this week's video!
 
In this video, you will learn:
How to identify when you've made these mistakes
Solutions to make your contracts easier to read and understand
My tips and tricks to improve your Legal English!
 
You can view this week's video below!
 
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Vicarious Liability - WM Morrison Supermarkets Plc (Morrisons) v. Various Claimants

 

In today’s video, we are going to talk about vicarious liability and look at the case study of WM Morrison Supermarkets Plc (Morrisons) v. Various Claimants [2020]. 

The decision of the Supreme Court in this case is a very important one. 
The decision builds on previous case law to provide further guidance as to what should be considered within the ordinary course of employment. It ensures businesses will not be liable for acts of their employees that are wholly outside their authorized remit.

Links mentioned in this video: 
>> Vocabulary List
>> Judgment
>> Press summary (a great resource to enhance your understanding of the case)

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Types of Tort

 

In this week's video class we will discuss the different types of tort that cause harm to people. We also talk about examples and situations where these could arise. 

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