Recreational activities uncoloured under the Civil Liability Act: They include professional sports
Charles Simon (Partner) and Jacqueline Grace (Senior Associate) consider the NSW Supreme Court decision of Goode v Angland  NSWSC 1014, which provides a ray of sunshine for insurers of professional sporting clubs seeking to rely on the dangerous recreational activity/obvious risk defences available in NSW under the Civil Liability Act (NSW) 2005.
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