Legal Requirements for Critical Infrastructure – Part 2

April 3, 2014

Hadley, Baxendale, you and proactive services In my last blog, I presented the findings of the Hadley vs. Baxendale case, which was decided in England in the 19th Century.  In case you missed it, the court decided that Baxendale had to pay Hadley damages for not delivering goods or services according to an agreement between the two parties.  In doing so, it established a precedent that applies today.  An enterprise…