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Stacks Law Firm
The NSW Court of Appeal ruled that employers can be held responsible for domestic violence when staff work from home.
Clyde & Co
An Inquiry by the NSW Government into the 2019-2020 Bushfire Season released its final report to the public on 26 August 2020 ("the Report").
Carroll & O'Dea
We should all have insurance that pays out if we are found to have total & permanent disability as a result of injury or illness.
Clyde & Co
Swashplate Pty Ltd v Liberty Mutual Insurance Co (trading as Liberty International Underwriters) [2020] FCAFC 137 (Federal Court of Australia, Full Court).
Gilchrist Connell
A test case relating to cover for the COVID-19 pandemic under business interruption policies was also brought in NSW.
Clyde & Co
We provide an update below, following our reporting in late 2019.
Clyde & Co
On Friday, the Supreme Court of New South Wales approved a joint leapfrog application in the combined ICA/AFCA BI Test Case.
Clyde & Co
The decision provides useful guidance on when a court may order disclosure of insurance documents in a class action.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
This recent decision resulted in a victory for an injured cyclist who took evasive action to avoid a reversing driver.
Attwood Marshall Lawyers
What will the inquiry examine? The importance of small business insurance.
Clyde & Co
Around the world, restrictions that were put in place to contain the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have started to relax.
Clyde & Co
A decision in the Supreme Court of New South Wales challenges the accepted orthodoxy that the applicable date of assessment in a standard form definition total and permanent disablement (TPD)
Clyde & Co
When is a worker's compensation payment not a worker's compensation payment? The answer, according to Western Australian courts, is when it is to be deducted from an award of common law damages.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
The decision of many insurers to refuse business interruption claims has resulted in numerous complaints made to AFCA.
Turner Freeman
Recent amendments provide more support for workers with psychological injuries, to rehabilitate and to return to work.
Stacks Law Firm
As a groundskeeper, he suffered a serious back injury at work while shovelling earth into the back of a tipper truck.
Carroll & O'Dea
Australia, unlike many industrialised countries, does not have a vaccine injury compensation scheme in place.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
This test case may resolve uncertainty and expedite the resolution of claims for small businesses and relevant insurers.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Frustration at conduct in the superannuation insurance industry & suggested amendments to the Code of Practice post enquiry.
LegalVision
If you operate in the building and construction industry, or if you are undertaking a building project and need to engage a private certifier, you need to be aware of legislation changes which commenced
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