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Dungan v Padash [2021] NSWCA 66 and the question of causation

Australia - May 4 2021 The case of Dungan v Padash [2021] NSWCA 66 provides another reminder of the principles of causation, finding that the plaintiff was not entitled to…

Suing insurers directly - Count Financial v Pillay

Australia - March 2 2021 In 2017, the Civil Liability (Third Party Claims Against Insurers) Act 2017 (NSW) (“the Act”) was enacted on recommendations by the NSW Law Reform…

Mason Thomas.

An updated look into Business Interruption cases: The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd and others [2021] UKSC 1

Australia, United Kingdom - February 2 2021 The UK Supreme Court has recently handed down its final ruling on the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s test case regarding the operation of…

Mason Thomas.

A look into Business Interruption cases, both in Australia and abroad

Australia, United Kingdom - December 11 2020 This year’s pandemic has caused widespread economic disruption, in large part due to government lockdown measures, and have produced substantial…

Mason Thomas.

East Metropolitan Health Service v Ellis: A discussion of general principles of causation in the context of medical negligence

Australia - October 7 2020 The recent decision of East Metropolitan Health Service v Ellis (Ellis) in September this year provides an interesting discussion on the general…

Mason Thom.