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An instruction manual for the hot tub? New guidance from the CIArb on concurrent evidence in arbitrations
Article highlights that there is no ‘one size fits all' for managing expert evidence.
Australia
30 Jul 2019
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Value is in the eye of the beholder
The principles of value established in this native title case could also relate to other intangible personal rights.
Australia
2 Jul 2019
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Does smoking cause cancer? Or is it the other way around? - calculation of damages
This case shows that it is possible to establish causation when a statistical correlation is supported by common sense.
Australia
20 Jul 2017
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Are your experts up to the task?
The case highlights issues in the evidence of experts who assessed the loss from the RSCPA wrongly putting down cattle.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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Multiple failures to establish loss
This article considers a case where both the Plaintiff and the Defendant were found to have failed to establish any loss.
Australia
28 Oct 2015
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Witness immunity - not down the drain?
This case explores the continuing applicability of the doctrine of witness immunity, for experts and their employers.
Australia
 
8 May 2014
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Calculating pre-judgment interest in a damages claim
This recent Federal Court decision discussed whether pre-judgment interest should be awarded and, if so, at what rate.
Australia
23 Apr 2014
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Sometimes it is best to settle a case for less
This case highlights the dangers of an expert relying on information provided without adequate professional scepticism.
Australia
22 Jan 2013
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In estimating damages, are overheads fixed and does it matter?
This case provides some guidance of what to do when looking at overheads and whether they should be taken into account.
Australia
12 Dec 2012
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Damages and economic loss: Charity begins at home, and justice begins next door
The article discusses gratuitous benefits and services received by the plaintiff, when quantifying economic loss.
Australia
 
26 Sep 2012
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