The Incorporation of Terms in a Digital Form – 26 February, 2014

Dr Faye Fangfei Wang (Brunel University London), 26 February 2014

Centre for European Law and Internationalisation: Commercial and Corporate Law Cluster speaker series

In modern commercial practice, more flexible means can be used to construct a contract as a result of ever-changing technology.  It prompts a reassessment of the legal principles concerning the incorporation of terms and their relation to the legal and technical measures for making terms available before and after the conclusion of the contract.  This paper interprets the requirement of making terms appropriately available ‘for later reference’ and provides insights into the implementation of the realistic assessment of reasonableness for the incorporation of terms in the digital age.

Date: Wednesday 26 February, 2014, 3pm—5pm

Venue: Jan Grodecki Room, Law, Fielding Johnson Building, University of Leicester

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