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Insurance| 04 Apr 2022
Caselaw in the ACT over recent years has developed in relation to breach of statutory duty in the workplace. We examine the developments and what they mean for you.
Insurance| 03 Mar 2022
Two recent significant High Court cases have determined the nature of an employment relationship. The cases promise to be of significance in the ACT in matters where the parties’ rights and duties have been comprehensively committed to writing, and this ...
Insurance| 07 Dec 2017
Welcome to the first issue of Assured, our new national insurance newsletter. This publication provides an overview of recent cases and their implications for insurers as well as news and issues affecting the industry.
Statutory Insurance| 18 May 2017
In Australia, the 'English rule' applies to the costs of litigation: the loser pays the winner's costs.
Statutory Insurance| 24 Feb 2017
The ACT Court of Appeal has declined to make a costs order in favour of a motor vehicle accident insurer after the insurer successfully appealed the Supreme Court's assessment of damages but neglected to fully challenge the original costs order ...