Software Maker Fights Damages Claim Over Botched Roll-Out

Law360, London (November 12, 2020, 6:02 PM GMT) -- A U.S. software company urged the U.K.'s top court on Thursday to uphold a cap on how much it may have to pay for delays installing and rolling out software for Thai energy company PTT Public Company Ltd.

Triple Point Technology Inc. told the U.K. Supreme Court that the commodity trader's appeal seeking a chance to pursue both liquidated damages and general damages for the delays is "not possible" given the construction of the contract.

Andrew Stafford QC, counsel for Triple Point, told the Supreme Court that PTT is overcomplicating a clause at the heart of the dispute when it says...

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