When can a building owner hold a subcontractor liable for incorrect advice?3 June 2022 | Insurance & Health Law
The Supreme Court of Victoria considered a strike out application by a subcontracted engineer in relation to proceedings issued by a building owner.
The Court cares about a loss of ability to provide care1 November 2021 | Insurance & Health Law
This Victorian Supreme Court decision provides guidance regarding the calculation of damages for gratuitous care to others in the context of a claim for damages for mesothelioma.
Vaccination, Vacillation, and Exemption: What should General Practitioners do with vaccine hesitant patients?18 October 2021 | Insurance & Health Law
The Victorian Government’s mandating of COVID-19 vaccinations for all ‘authorised employees’ has seen an increase in requests for medical exemptions from general practitioners. In this article, we discuss the relevant considerations of general practitioners in managing patients’ requests for...
Navigating the new normal as a young professional5 April 2021 | Insurance & Health Law
COVID-19 has created a multitude of new challenges for workers transitioning to a remote workforce. While it comes with its comforts, it can also be a cause of stress and anxiety for employees, especially for those just starting out their careers. The...