The UK Supreme Court has recently confirmed that contractual provisions which restrict the parties from modifying an agreement orally are binding and enforceable. These provisions are more commonly known as a ‘No Oral Modification Clause’ (“NOM Clause”).
Recently in the news there have been increasing reports of rescue efforts and road accidents where members of the public have been praised for assisting the victims until emergency services personnel arrived. For some people, leaping to action in those circumstances is an instinctual response to seeing a fellow man or woman in need. But what happens if in doing so that person makes the matter worse?