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  1. Case Collective Episode 6: The High Court confirms a high bar for employers

    22 June 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    In this episode, BN’s Kingsley Grimshaw and Mitchell Lee cover two decisions highlighting the onerous obligations owed by persons and entities charged with managing the safety of others. In the interests of balance, they also discuss a decision out...

  2. Case Collective Episode 5: Stunt clowns, inebriated employees and conformity clauses

    6 May 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    In this episode, BN's Kingsley Grimshaw and Melanie Karibasic discuss a range of interesting cases including a recent Victorian Supreme Court decision which involved a motorbike stunt performer ignoring the warnings of a stunt clown. They also...

  3. Episode 21: Health Complaints Commissioner: uncovering the complaints resolution process with HCC Resolutions Manager Felicity Lathrop

    13 April 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    Understandably, the thought of being contacted by the Health Complaints Commissioner (HCC) following a complaint can be stressful for practitioners and health service providers. However, in many cases, this is usually a result of a lack of understanding...

  4. Case Collective Episode 4: High Court clarifies the employee/contractor question and an unsuccessful claim for INXS guitarist

    4 April 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    In this episode, BN's Kingsley Grimshaw and George Rafter discuss a recent Queensland Supreme Court decision that considered the foreseeability of risk of a psychiatric injury being sustained in the workplace, an unsuccessful personal injury claim...

  5. Case Collective Episode 3

    1 March 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    In this episode, BN’s Kingsley Grimshaw and Simi Singh discuss why the authority responsible for providing ‘flood management services’ during the 2011 Brisbane floods was not entitled to cover under its general liability policy, an...

  6. Episode 20: Coronial Investigations - everything health professionals need to know with Coroner Simon McGregor

    28 February 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    Following the death of a patient, the treating health professional may be asked to provide a statement to the coroner about their management of the patient, and required to attend court to provide evidence at an inquest. Understandably, the prospect of...

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