A nail in the coffin for liquidated damages challenges

Guest Editors Peter O’Brien and Thomas Wheeler of Clyde & Co say recent court decisions show reluctance to look behind what parties have agreed to find a liquidated damages clause unenforceable. Applying the same principles in some scenarios could lead to double recovery of losses by Employers, they warn.

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