Have you heard of the term nanoparticle? In Part Two of our exclusive series with ANZIIF: ‘How Advances in Medical Technology Are Impacting Insurance’, we tackle the unknown and unpredictable outcomes associated with the use of nanotechnology; especially given new … Read More

For paraplegics with a spinal cord injury the opportunity to stand on their own feet and look another person eye to eye has previously been little more than a dream.  However, wearable robotics is making this dream a reality for … Read More

Banks and other institutions invest significant amounts of time and capital in building systems, processes and procedures to plan for untoward criminal activity to ensure their staff, customers and the public are safe. Wotton + Kearney has recently represented Westpac … Read More

With technological advances in the medical industry outpacing those in the insurance industry, Wotton + Kearney Partner, Karen Jones and Dominic Flannery (Special Counsel) advise insurers to be alert to the opportunities created through the use of these advancements in the … Read More

A growing area of risk for underwriters is in the area of delayed onset brain injury related to contact sports. Richard Johnson, Partner at Wotton + Kearney, explores this highly topical issue and the implications for the insurance industry What … Read More

Andrew Seiter and Noa Zur discuss the implications of a recent decision by the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal in Mitchell v Latrobe Regional Hospital [2016] VSCA 342. On 21 December 2016, the Court said the amendments to the Wrongs … Read More

On Monday, 12 December 2016, his Honour Justice Sifris of the Supreme Court of Victoria handed down judgment in the matter of Melbourne City Investments Pty Ltd v Myer Holdings Limited [2016] VSC 655. Click below to read a brief … Read More

Andrew Moore and Robert Finnigan discuss the implications of a recent decision by the New South Wales Court of Appeal in Lambert Leasing Inc v QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited [2016] NSWCA 254 which confirms a restrictive operation of section 45 … Read More

Important guidance on the determination of vicarious liability and statute of limitations in child sexual abuse cases has been provided in the High Court of Australia’s recent decision in Prince Alfred College Incorporated v ADC [2016] HCA 37. Click to read … Read More

Sean O’Connor (Partner) and Michael Fung (Associate) review the recent NSW Court of Appeal decision in Mansfield v Great Lakes Council [2016] NSWCA 204, which discusses the evidence needed for a plaintiff to overcome a defence under section 43A (applicable … Read More