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  1. Voluntary Assisted Dying in Australia: What you need to know

    7 October 2021 | Insurance & Health Law

    The latest piece of end-of-life legislation passed Australian State parliament this month, with Queensland’s Voluntary Assisted Dying Act being made accessible to eligible Queenslanders from 2023. This is now the fifth Australian state to pass legislation in this area.

  2. Overprotected?! How would Britney’s conservatorship hold up in Queensland?

    7 September 2021 | Insurance & Health Law

    Most people will be familiar with the very public rise and fall of pop icon, Britney Spears. We all witnessed the headlines that followed Britney’s journey as she transformed from the world’s inaugural and most Googled pop princess, to a young...

  3. Job if you do, no job if you don’t

    15 July 2021 | Insurance & Health Law

    The topic of mandatory vaccination has become prominent in recent times due to COVID-19. As a result, the question of an employer’s ability to require employees to be vaccinated has been asked more frequently than ever before. So, can an employer make an employee get a vaccination?

  4. Social media for medical practitioners

    4 December 2020 | Insurance & Health Law

    Social media has been designed to help people stay connected and in today’s society is such a common form of communication. The Sensis Social Media Report in 2018 recorded that eight in ten people use social media. 1 Medical practitioners have...

  5. The Checkup Episode 16: Cultural and Legal Issues in Indigenous Health with Avelina Tarrago

    7 October 2020 | Insurance & Health Law

    Since the Closing the Gap initiative began 10 years ago, some progress has been made to improve the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. But there is still work to be done in achieving equity in Indigenous health. In this episode,...

  6. When in … France? A novel application of lex loci deliciti in medical negligence proceedings

    20 August 2020 | Insurance & Health Law

    The NSW Supreme Court applied the law of France to determine breach of duty by a surgeon who performed knee surgery on a professional rugby player, and also to determine the appropriate damages to award. The Background Mr Lucas Anthony Miller (the...

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