Insurance| 22 Nov 2023
The New South Wales Court of Appeal has held that a boat hire company was not liable in negligence to Mr Tim Farriss, a guitarist and founder member of INXS.
Insurance| 02 Nov 2023
In the High Court decision GLJ v Trustees of the Roman Catholic Church for the Diocese of Lismore, circumstantial evidence is still evidence in the ‘new normative structure’ created by section 6A of the Limitation Act.
Insurance| 08 Aug 2023
The High Court recently handed down the much-awaited decision in CCIG Investments Pty Ltd v Schokman.
Insurance| 13 Jun 2023
The QLD Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal to set aside a permanent stay by Willmot who alleges she sustained a psychiatric injury.
Insurance| 24 May 2022
There have been several disputes before the courts over the scope and interpretation of the narrower PIPA disclosure obligations. The recent decision in Eyles v Sydney Skydivers Pty Ltd shows the consequences of getting this wrong can be serious.