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By Ray Giblett, Jyoti Singh
Warranty and indemnity insurance has emerged as a common instrument to address deal risk in M&A transactions globally.
By Holly Lillico, Jehan-Philippe Wood
Though it is still early days, the Insurance List appears to be providing a useful route to judgment for some parties.
By Tricia Hobson, John Moran, Reece Corbett-Wilkins
There have been a number of changes to the Bill since the exposure draft circulated by the Attorney-General's Department.
By David McIndoe, Adrian Sella
All Victorian building practitioners and PI insurers should be aware of these VBA practitioner disciplinary processes.
By Samantha King, Lauren Holz
Proceedings by a self-represented litigant raise issues not encountered when all parties have legal representation.
By John Moran, Reece Corbett-Wilkins
In its current form, the Bill will require entities to act quickly in assessing whether notifications need to be made.
By Matthew Ellis, David McIndoe
These reforms mean that insurance organisations may be exposed to liability for products they underwrite or distribute.
By Louise Hazelton
The litigation process for any single claim could be largely dependent on the personalities of the lawyers involved.
By Alyson Poole, Isobel Taylor
This article discusses some of the difficulties around gaining trade mark protection for a personal name in Australia.
By Michael Park, Jamie Griffin
Franchisors also need to educate franchisees about cyber risks and steps to minimise the likelihood of any data breaches.
By Allison McLeod
Franchisors must understand the term to ensure that they do not engage in any conduct that may constitute cartel conduct.
By Martyn Taylor
This article provides a summary of the types of competition issues arising and some useful background and context.
By Ray Giblett
ICA section 45 will only render an "other insurance" clause void if the insured is a contracting party to both policies.
By Ray Giblett, Matt Ellis, Timothy Chan
Following a review of add-on general insurance products sold through car dealers, ASIC identified a number of concerns.
By James Morris
Sponsors and market participants in infrastructure projects have been looking for other funding options and structures.
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