ProFiles | The Proportionate Liability Issue29 September 2017 | Insurance & Health Law
Welcome to the third edition of ProFiles for 2017. In this issue, we explore the importance of the concept of proportionate liability for both professionals and their insurers. Our aim is to help you obtain a better understanding of the concept of...
ProFiles | May 201715 May 2017 | Insurance & Health Law
Welcome to the second edition of ProFiles for 2017. In this publication we focus on recent national developments in the financial and corporate arena, including hot-off-the press changes to the Financial Ombudsman Service. We discuss developments...
ProFiles | March 201722 March 2017 | Insurance & Health Law
Welcome to the first edition of ProFiles for 2017. There have been a number of developments in the areas of directors’ and officers’ and professional indemnity since our last update. First, we discuss the NSW Law Reform Commission’s...
ProFiles Edition 3 | May 20161 May 2016 | Insurance & Health Law
Whilst the decision of the High Court of Australia in Attwells v Jackson Lalic is of primary relevance to insurers, reinsurers and insureds of the legal profession in Australia, it, of course, has implications for any litigant or potential litigant...
ProFiles Edition 2 | February 20161 February 2016 | Insurance & Health Law
Whilst the economic impacts of the GFC are fading (or being overwhelmed by the economic impacts of the China slowdown), legal issues may continue for financial advisors and their insurers. We consider these issues and some related issues in this edition..
ProFiles Edition 1 | October 20151 October 2015 | Insurance & Health Law
Welcome to the first edition of our dedicated financial lines newsletter, ProFiles. The types of risks for which insurers write claims made covers continues to broaden and evolve. The breadth should be apparent from the range of articles contained in this