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Insurance| 22 Jun 2020
By Leigh Parker and Todd Waugh The New South Wales Supreme Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in four disputes relating to the reasonableness of replacement hire vehicles. The Court’s judgment of 18 June 2020 found that reasonableness is ...
Thinking| 15 Jun 2020
The Magistrates Court of Victoria has outlined changes to its operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thinking| 06 Feb 2020
In Sergienko v AXL Financial Pty Ltd , a recent win for an insurer, the NSW Supreme Court confirmed the importance of precise and well-constructed pleadings when determining whether leave will be granted pursuant to Section 4 of the Civil Liability (Third ...
Thinking| 05 Feb 2019
On 1 February 2019, following a whirlwind 12-month inquiry, Commissioner Hayne delivered his greatly anticipated Final Report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. It was released to the public on 4 February 2019.
Thinking| 21 Dec 2018
Professional indemnity insurance policies usually require a valuer to include in his or her report a ‘prudent lender’ clause.