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The rising tide of cyber risk and the cost of privacy breaches
Ensuring employees follow IT security procedures and providing comprehensive training will help to reduce cyber risks.
Australia
9 Sep 2019
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Spotlight on risk management: APRA commissioned self-assessments of governance, accountability and culture
APRA's recently released Information Paper indicates APRA focus areas for the upcoming period of regulatory supervision.
Australia
15 Jun 2019
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The Superior Court of Quebec issues a reminder: the cultivation of cannabis can lead to the forfeiture of the right to an indemnity under a home insurance policy
Because of their possession of cannabis, the plaintiffs could not benefit from the indemnity under the insurance policy.
Canada
10 Jun 2019
4
Whats on the horizon for the insurance industry in 2019
Guide summarising top legal concerns for insurers in Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Netherlands & other countries.
Australia
 
22 May 2019
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ASIC enforcement priorities: what do they mean for insurers?
Businesses should regularly review their insurance policies and consider the scope of cover and existing policy limits.
Australia
13 Nov 2017
6
Another hot topic for insurers – is combustible cladding the next big risk?
This article examines legal and insurance implications of the use of combustible cladding on buildings in Australia.
Australia
9 Nov 2017
7
When is it reasonable to reject a costs-protective offer? Trouble on the travelator
The offer did not "represent a realistic attempt to sensibly negotiate and resolve a hard contested and complex case".
Australia
31 Oct 2017
8
Life insurers are not an employment agency
Assessing life insurance claims is a careful balance between opinions of the medical experts and vocational assessors.
Australia
23 Oct 2017
9
Which principles should be applied when interpreting insurance policies?
The case confirmed that in the end, the natural and ordinary meaning of a word is still the key to policy interpretation.
Australia
23 Oct 2017
10
Victorian Government considers a review of coronial investigation processes
The Coronial Council of Victoria has been asked to review the appeals and reopening processes for these investigations.
Australia
18 Oct 2017
11
Millennials do not have time for breakfast – so what do they have time for?
Here are four take-aways from a discussion on how the insurance industry can engage, attract and retain millennials.
Australia
9 Oct 2017
12
Do insurers have to give notice of a proposed settlement to an indemnifying party?
Insurers should consider any obligations under the indemnity to inform an indemnifying party of a proposed settlement.
Australia
5 Oct 2017
13
Nothing sweet about an oil contamination and delay of a project
It is imperative that insurance policies are drafted clearly, and with sufficient detail to ensure commercial certainty.
Australia
21 Sep 2017
14
Game of drones – what does the rise of the drone mean for insurers?
Flying drones raise many legal risks - cyber-security, crime, product liability, employee safety, trespass and privacy.
Australia
20 Sep 2017
15
The ABCs of legal writing, and the use of capitalisation
The modern trend is towards cleaner simpler writing and less capitalisation, so perhaps lawyers should prefer lower case.
Australia
17 Sep 2017
16
We do not have your back: the importance of clear drafting in reinsurance contracts
This recent NSW Court of Appeal decision highlights the importance of clearly defining the scope of reinsurance cover.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
17
What makes the transport industry so vulnerable to cyber-attacks?
To reduce the costs of a cyber incident, transport companies should improve systems and training and consider insurance.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
18
Asking the right questions to make out the Peer Professional Opinion defence
In Australia, the defence allows a professional to defend a negligence claim if conduct is endorsed by a body of peers.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
19
Director trust misplaced when it comes to PI cover
Clear language must be adopted by the insurer to avoid any confusion as to what is covered under the terms of the policy.
Australia
17 Aug 2017
20
Pollution: liability for voluntary restorative works and issues of non-disclosure
The decision provides useful guidance on the bounds of pollution liability coverage and also issues of non-disclosure.
Australia
11 Aug 2017
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