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Breach of implied term in exclusive trademark licence

The recent High Court decision in Stichd v Force India Formula One Team provides a, comparatively, rare example of a party successfully bringing a claim for breach of an implied contractual term.

We have summarised the case, and the subsequent decision, in our article below.

The piece also discusses the test applied by Farnhill J along with the useful analysis of how the reasonable expectation of the contract parties fits into the classic test for the implication of implied terms.

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