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Deregistered companies and insurance claims: room for improvement?

Australia - February 4 2016 When a company is deregistered, it ceases to exist. So what happens when a person has a genuine claim against that company but fails to commence…

Co-authors: Alicia Hill.


Peterson Management Services Pty Ltd v Body Corporate for The Rocks Resort [2015] QCAT 255

Australia - October 28 2015 The QCAT decision of Peterson Management Services Pty Ltd v Body Corporate for The Rocks Resort [2015] QCAT 255 shows the importance of correct…

Co-authors: Alicia Hill.


Impact of the Fair Work Commission’s new bullying jurisdiction on employment practices liability insurance

Australia - August 31 2014 In January 2014, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) began exercising its new jurisdiction to make orders in regard to bullying in the workplace. This new…

Co-authors: Grace Young.


Proportionate liability for insurance brokers - construction risk allocation and liability insurance

Australia - May 22 2014 In our last edition of In-Focus | Financial Risk, we addressed the emerging apportionment issues, but left for another alert the ability of…


Emerging apportionment issues

Australia - April 10 2014 The High Court decision in Hunt & Hunt v. Mitchell Morgan Nominees Pty Ltd ((2013) HCA 10) highlights the impact of proportionate liability where it…

Co-authors: Mylton Burns, David Weng.

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