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Publication - 21 Feb 18

2017 saw a change in the Australian insurance landscape - from overseas investors snapping up local insurance businesses, to an increase in regulation, and advances in technology improving how claims are being handled. In this short video our partners Mark Lindfield and Sybilla Waring-Lambert share their views on the following: • The... Read More

News - 03 Oct 17

Lander & Rogers' Insurance Law & Litigation group is pleased to have welcomed Noa Zur, Special Counsel, to its Melbourne office on Monday 2 October. Noa is a significant recruit for Landers and brings with her a wealth of experience in insurance litigation with the largest and most active insurers in... Read More

Publication - 05 Oct 16

In Marinko Gulic v Boral Transport Limited,1 the New South Wales Court of Appeal found a principal not liable to a subcontractor's employee for an alleged breach of duty causing personal injury. Because the principal had engaged reputable and competent contractors with appropriate qualifications and capabilities, the Court determined that it... Read More

Publication - 18 May 16

Our 2016 Insurance Bulletin contains recent developments and highlights in insurance law and our thoughts on future trends in areas including: Casualty, Financial Institutions and Directors' & Officers' Liability, Property & Industrial Special Risks, Construction & Engineering, Cyber, Health & Aged Care, Marine, and Employment Practices Liability & OHS. Read More

Publication - 23 Feb 16

Following the commencement of the Wrongs Act Amendment Act 2015 (Amending Act) lawyers have grappled with its ostensible 'retrospectivity'. Specifically, the Amending Act purportedly affords potential litigants who had previously failed at the Medical Panel the chance to have a 'second-go' at claiming general damages for non-pecuniary loss. In this eBulletin,... Read More

Publication - 19 Feb 16

Following the decision in Highway Hauliers1 and more recently in Pantaenius v Watkins2, in this matter the Court of Appeal in Western Australia considered what constitutes an "act" for the purposes of section 54 of the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 (Cth) (ICA). The decision highlights the need for underwriters to be... Read More

News - 11 Nov 15

The Wrongs Amendment Bill 2015 was passed yesterday. It is expected to receive Royal Assent on Tuesday, 17 November 2015 and to come into force the following day. The new provisions (which include an increased cap on general damages, new general damages thresholds and an amendment to the cap on economic... Read More

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