When there’s nothing wrong in having another crack

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 Act 1958 (Vic) which have retrospectively lowered the thresholds for spinal and psychiatric injuries to […]

“Blick” outlook for cyclists – ACT Court of Appeal upholds $1.7 million judgment

Charles Simon (Partner) and Michael Milton (Special Counsel) consider the recent ACT Court of Appeal decision in Blick v Franklin [2016] ACTCA17, which provides a tale of caution for cyclists, liability underwriters and defendants preparing (or not preparing) expert evidence.