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Thinking| 27 May 2019
It is commonly thought that where a liability insurer, of whatever type, appoints lawyers to represent an insured in a legal proceeding without an express reservation of rights, and in a way which tends to lead the insured into believing ...
Thinking| 28 Mar 2019
In Hunt & Hunt v Mitchell Morgan Nominees the High Court went a long way towards clarifying when a claim is ‘apportionable’ under the apportionment legislation which is typical throughout Australia.
Thinking| 03 Aug 2018
Contents The future is super Class action gets a rubbish result Vicarious, but not apportionable Wastewater proves un-appealing Is there a Right2Drive? It’s never too late to change your mind Keeping your cards too close to the chest ...
Thinking| 13 Mar 2018
Contents When you know, you know Builder’s liability claim excluded – considered a ‘professional service’ The rules weren’t made to be broken Phone fail That’s not fair! Unprofessional? The proof is in the policy The end of expert ...
Thinking| 17 Oct 2017
The NSW Court of Appeal has considered the respective liabilities of various parties arising out of the collapse of a balcony at a house, on the northern beaches of Sydney, at Collaroy.