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  1. Duty of care not breached and the wrist is history

    12 March 2019 | Insurance & Health Law

    The ACT Supreme Court has found that a plaintiff’s injury during an “aerial sling” exercise class was not the result of negligence by employees of the defendant company, iSpin. In Issue Whether iSpin breached its duty of care to the...

  2. Accept or Decline - How Commercial Transactions have tapped their way into Jurisdictional Uncertainty

    5 December 2018 | Insurance & Health Law

    In the past year there has been ambiguity around whether proceedings arising out of commercial transactions can be litigated in the District Court or Supreme Court of NSW. Since the judgment in NTF Group Pty Ltd v PA Putney Finance Australia Pty Ltd...

  3. The utility of joining insurers to proceedings; what to do, what to do

    1 June 2017 | Insurance & Health Law

    The plaintiffs sought leave to join the defendants' insurers to proceedings pursuant to s6(4) of the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1946 (NSW) [LR(MP) Act]. The Court declined to exercise its discretion to grant leave as it was not...