Millar v Bassey [1993]

A, singer, entered into contract with B,
recording company, to produce album.
B entered into contract with claimant and
others to perform various services in connection with album.
A withdrew from project in breach of
contract, inadvertently causing B to breach contract with C.
A did not intend to harm C.
Yet Court of Appeal allowed case to go to
trial.
Thought it was arguable that defendant merely
foreseeing breach of contract as an inevitable consequence of her act was
sufficient.