Enforceability of click-wrap and browse wrap agreements
Online contract have become the norm, forcing the courts to re-consider the application of age-old principles of contract law. How are the courts treating online contracts?
- The risk of clickwrap, sign-in wrap and browsewrap agreements
- Meeting the expectations of customers and regulators
- Implications of the Uber case (Meyer v Kalanick & Uber Technologies) for New Zealand
- What counts as reasonably conspicuous notice of terms and conditions?
- Lessons from Australian case: Surfstone Pty Ltd v Morgan Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd 
- How to ensure that you’re bringing incorporated terms to the contracting party’s attention
- What does the future hold for online contracts?
Enforceability of verbal contracts - lessons from the UK
Two recent cases in the UK provide guidance on the legal standing of non-oral modification clauses in written agreements in New Zealand.
- When can a written agreement with a non-oral modification (NOM) clause be varied verbally?
- Implications of Blue v Ashley  and Rock Advertising v MWB Business Exchange Centres for New Zealand contracts
- Dealing with allegations of oral variations or oral collateral contracts
- How to draft an enforceable no oral modification (NOM) clause