Force India Rebranding
Published 28 January 2011
Force India Formula One Team Ltd v Etihad Airways PJSC & Anor  EWCA Civ 1051
In Force India Formula One Team Ltd v Etihad Airways PJSC & Anor, the English Court of Appeal held that the rebranding of an F1 team without including the names of sponsors as contracted under a sponsorship agreement constituted an irremediable and repudiatory breach of contract.
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