A new Day for PIPA?27 March 2017 | Insurance & Health Law
The Court of Appeal decision in Day v Woolworths [QCA] 337 seems to have received less attention than it perhaps deserves. The Appeal concerned a decision, in part, concerned with Woolworths’ (the respondent’s) disclosure obligations pursuant.
As an aside – principles to be considered when seeking to set aside a subpoena to produce7 December 2016 | Insurance & Health Law
The issuing of subpoenas to produce (and to provide evidence) is a key part of a party’s arsenal in the course of litigation. This NSW District Court decision is a useful reminder of the principles the court will consider when deciding whether to...
Lengthy delay adequately explained by incorrect advice10 October 2016 | Insurance & Health Law
In Issue A woman was granted leave to commence proceedings 12 years after a motor vehicle accident. The Background On 7 August 2002, the plaintiff was injured in a motor vehicle accident whilst a passenger in a car that was involved in a head-on collision