Sean O’Connor shares his thoughts on the relationship between proportionate liability, arbitration and insurance cover in this article published in Australasian Lawyer magazine.
Patrick Boardman spoke to Australasian Lawyer to share his views on recent legal developments and emerging trends in D&O insurance.
The April 2014 edition of our “Construction Bulletin” includes commentary in relation to the following matters: Professionals acting unprofessionally – the meaning of the terms “professional services” in a D&O policy exclusion. Recent changes to Queensland’s building and construction industry … Read More
The current boom in cyber insurance policies is at least partly due to new cyber privacy laws being enacted in March 2014. Andrew Moore, Jane O’Neill and Jack Geng investigate the new legal landscape in the March edition of Insurance … Read More
David Kearney and Adam Chylek have co-authored the Australian chapter of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Insurance & Reinsurance 2014, which is published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London. To access the chapter, please click on the link below. … Read More
Welcome to the 2013 Wotton + Kearney “Insurance Year in Review” publication, addressing topical developments in 2013 across a broad range of commercial insurance products and in relation to insurance law generally. 2013 was another busy year for those of … Read More
The November 2013 edition of our “Construction Bulletin” includes commentary in relation to: Proportionate liability. The newly established Victorian Building Authority. Dispute resolution clauses. Duty of care.
In August 2012 the NSW Government commissioned Bruce Collins QC to conduct an Independent Inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency in NSW. The final report of the inquiry was delivered to the NSW Government in November 2012 and released publicly for comment … Read More
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) Terms of Reference specify the maximum financial remedies which may be awarded by FOS “per claim”. Individuals whose losses exceed the financial caps often argue that their dispute involves multiple “claims” and is therefore subject to multiple limits. … Read More
When a loss exceeds the sum insured the deduction of GST from claim payments can be a source of contention between insureds and insurers. However, there is surprisingly little case law on the construction of GST provisions in property insurance … Read More