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Clyde & Co
Crocodiles, kangaroos, boomerangs and beaches. These are some of the things that make Australia unique
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Unyielding approach in assessing casualty proves risky for insurers.
Clyde & Co
The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has recently handed down a decision confirming that an advancement extension in a management liability policy ...
Gilchrist Connell
Duty of disclosure takes primacy over any implied or written obligation within an insurance policy to advance defence costs.
Kott Gunning
When considering the interpretation of insurance policies, Courts look at commercial purpose as well as particular terms.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Insurers should consider the impact of driverless cars on negligence, product liability and cyber security insurance.
Clyde & Co
In a recent decision of the New South Wales Court of Appeal, the Court refused to allow an insurer to rely on a 'Personal Injury' exclusion clause in the Professional Indemnity wording of a combined ...
Kott Gunning
Like workers' compensation and public liability insurance, cyber insurance will become indispensable business protection.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Insurers might consider if similar conditions should be included in their business or professional liability policies.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Article discusses how construction project managers may minimise their risk of inadequate cover.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
This article focuses on the Court's reasoning in relation to non-disclosure, and lessons to be drawn from the decision.
Clyde & Co
The Wayne Tank principle concerns the issue of whether a policy responds when there are two proximate causes which give rise to a loss, when one of the proximate causes falls within the cover...
Clyde & Co
The New South Wales Court of Appeal has recently handed down a unanimous decision endorsing the approach taken in Stealth Enterprises on the issue of non-disclosure.
Carroll & O'Dea
Article discusses how legal systems and insurance policies fail to keep up with ever-changing service scenarios. .
Carroll & O'Dea
If you make a workers compensation claim in Victoria, you may come across the very unfamiliar term "impairment benefit".
Clyde & Co
Partners David Amentas and Avryl Lattin are pleased to contribute the Australian chapter to The Legal 500: 2nd Edition Insurance & Reinsurance Comparative Guide.
Clyde & Co
This decision is of interest because the term ''interested non party" has been widely interpreted to include insurers, KAUR -v- SIKH GURDWARA PERTH (INC) [No 2] [2018] WASC 99 (Kaur) ...
Holman Webb
The Australian government announced wide ranging reforms to make private health insurance simpler and more affordable.
Holman Webb
The NSW Court of Appeal determined the risk was not self-evident to a lay person as one which required disclosure.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Article advises insurers and solicitors by providing lessons in successfully pursuing a fraudulent claim.
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Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Flying drones raise many legal risks - cyber-security, crime, product liability, employee safety, trespass and privacy.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Businesses should regularly review their insurance policies and consider the scope of cover and existing policy limits.
Clyde & Co
Drones are without doubt one of the hot topics in insurance and aviation circles, and the fast developing nature of the industry presents challenges for operators, insurers and regulators alike.
Carroll & O'Dea
If you are injured, you can still make a claim if you don't know the registration number of the vehicle that hit you.
McCullough Robertson
Business should review all WHS processes and procedures, and check their insurance policies for appropriate coverage.
Holman Webb
The Appeal decision confirms the need to understand medical malpractice and civil liability policy terms and conditions.
Carroll & O'Dea
If you are injured and NOT at fault, make a claim for your treatment costs, lost wages, rehabilitation costs and care.
HBA Legal
This case highlights that employers, although an easy target due to a non-delegable duty of care, are not always liable.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The modern trend is towards cleaner simpler writing and less capitalisation, so perhaps lawyers should prefer lower case.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The insurance industry could potentially face significant repercussions from the banking royal commission's findings.
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