Can liquidated damages be recovered after termination?
On 5 March 2019, the English Court of Appeal in Triple PointTechnology Inc v PTT Public Co Ltd  EWCA Civ 230 held that an employer could not rely on a clause imposing liquidated damages (LDs) for delay in circumstances when the contract was terminated.
In reaching this decision, the Court of Appeal has adopted a different position from that adopted in Hong Kong and Singapore, where LDs can be recovered up to termination (in Singapore) and beyond (in Hong Kong).
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