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Australian Insurance Law Bulletin, Vol 27 Issue 2

by Desanka.Vukelich 28. November 2011 11:15

Volume 27, Issue 2 of the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin is now available at LexisNexis Online.

In this issue, you will find the following articles:

  • ‘Domestic arbitrators required to make reasoned awards’, by Dr Andrew Lu OAM of Minter Ellison
  • ‘New uncertainty as to defence costs cover under D&O insurance’, by Rehana Box and Crystal Lawton of Blake Dawson
  • ‘Developments in proportionate liability’, by Ivan Griscti of Seven Wentworth
  • ‘The year that was – in some ways, insurers might prefer it wasn’t’, by Greg Pynt of Pynt and Partners, Perth

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Australian Insurance Law Bulletin, Vol 27 Issue 1: now online

by Desanka.Vukelich 27. October 2011 14:10

Volume 27, Issue 1 of the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin is now available to subscribers. Articles in this issue include the following:

  • ‘HIH Claims Support Scheme scaffolding exposed’ by Amanda Lees, Blake Dawson
  • ‘Insurance coverage for cyber risks: Sony Playstation and beyond’ by Andrew Miers, HWL Ebsworth
  • ‘Access to insurance policies: another potential plaintiff seeks access to inspect a D&O policy ... and is successful’ by David Gerber, Clayton Utz
  • ‘Delay in prosecuting actions’ by Richard Leahy, Barry Nilsson Lawyers, with assistance from Nicola Davis
  • ‘TPD clauses and super trustees’ duties’ by Michael Iacuzzi, Lisa Norris and Paul Cleary, Turks Legal

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Australian Insurance Law Bulletin Vol 26 Iss 10 now available

by Desanka.Vukelich 6. October 2011 10:55

Volume 26, Issue 10 of the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin is now available to subscribers.

Articles in this issue include:

  • ‘Moore v National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd’ by Amanda Underwood of Norton Rose
  • ‘The concept of “good faith” in modern mediation practice’ by Michael Loewenstein, Barrister-at-law
  • ‘Take care that settlement documents do not affect recovery rights’ by Dr Andrew Lu OAM and Christopher Harris of Minter Ellison
  • ‘More on loss of chance in claims against valuers’ by Greg Reinhardt of Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration
  • ‘Contributory negligence: a review in Queensland personal injuries claims’ by Ken Horsley and Leah Mooney of Minter Ellison

Also in this issue:

  • Index to volume 26
  • Table of articles
  • Table of cases
  • Table of statutes

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Latest Issue of Australian Insurance Law Bulletin released

by Thomas Gaffney 30. August 2011 09:48

The latest issue of the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin has been released.


Subscribers' attention is drawn to the following articles in particular:


Vero Insurance Ltd v QBE Insurance (Australia) Ltd considered

Sam Adair WENTWORTH CHAMBERS


Court revisits basis for challenging FOS decisions

Lisa Noris TURKS LEGAL


Update on the proposed changes to the Insurance Contracts Act

Rehana Box and Crystal Lawton BLAKE DAWSON


Cyberbullying — where does a school’s duty of care end?

Alex Kohn MAKINSON & D’APICE


Sparking a divide in defining “damage” in business interruption claims?

Ray Giblett and Jessica Kinny GADENS LAWYERS


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Vol 26 No 1 of Australian Insurance Law Bulletin now online

by Hilary Kincaid 17. November 2010 15:09

The latest issue of our insurance law bulletin, Australian Insurance Law Bulletin, is now online.  

We note the following feature articles:

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Latest issue of Australian Insurance Law Bulletin

by Hilary Kincaid 25. August 2010 19:33

The latest issue of the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin has been released.

Subscribers' attention is drawn to the following articles in particular:

 

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