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  1. A Proprietary Interest is Golden

    15 April 2021 | Professional Indemnity & Financial Lines

    In this case a solicitor and senior counsel were found negligent for failing to give their client advice with due care and skill when recommending that the client terminate an agreement. In reaching its determination, the Court considered the significance of recommending termination was not appropri

  2. Federal and NSW governments strengthen the rights of historical child sexual abuse survivors

    14 April 2021 | Public & Product Liability

    Legislative changes at the Commonwealth and NSW level aim to bolster the rights of survivors of child sexual abuse. It is expected that the changes will improve the efficiency of the National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse and provide a better footing for survivors in NSW to ove

  3. Case Collective | April 2021

    8 April 2021 | Case Collective eNewsletters

    The April edition of Case Collective is here! In this month’s edition, we discuss the case of a worker who was awarded $1.4 million for injuries arising from a workplace incident where a trailer deck dropped on his arm, and the case of a subcontracted delivery driver who was run over by his van...

  4. Federal Court of Australia rules against TAL Life Limited

    8 April 2021 | General Insurance

    Federal Court finds insurer guilty of breaching its duty to act with utmost good faith towards an insured.

  5. Defendant’s request for further psychiatric examination was unreasonable

    6 April 2021 | Public & Product Liability

    The Defendant was unsuccessful in an application for stay of proceeding as the request to have the plaintiff submit to a further psychiatric examination was unreasonable.

  6. Promissory notes or broken promises? Misleading and deceptive conduct regarding financial products

    6 April 2021 | Professional Indemnity & Financial Lines

    The Plaintiff invested $1 million in unsecured promissory notes with Mayfair Group, which were repayable after three months (subject to caveats). Due to the onset of the COVID 19 pandemic, Mayfair Group elected not to repay the promissory notes. The Plaintiff commenced proceedings against the Defend

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