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Angel Flight accident investigation highlights risks of community service flights
Community service flight operators should consider their operational risks and the safety benefits of commercial flights.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
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Carrier not liable for loss of or damage to cargo - The Elin
Express terms in the bill of lading were found to be effective to exclude liability for negligence and unseaworthiness.
Australia
22 Aug 2019
3
Alize decision highlights duty of ship owners to ensure seaworthiness
The inadequate passage plan caused the casualty and owners failed to exercise due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy.
Australia
19 Aug 2019
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What expenditure should be taken into account when calculating the cost of repairing the damage to the vessel?
The UK Supreme Court decision on the SCOPIC charges in the "RENOS" appeal case may be good news for hull insurers.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
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Freight forwarders: liabilities, risks and responsibilities
Freight forwarders should ensure that their rights are protected, pursuant to the terms of the carrier's bill of lading.
Australia
8 Jul 2019
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High Court confirms limitation of legal rights for claims for psychiatric harm by non-passengers in aviation
The High Court examines entitlements to claim by relatives of Parkes Shire Council officer killed in helicopter crash.
Australia
10 Jun 2019
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Consecutive owners of cargo: who holds title and the right to sue?
Article explains that the party who retains title or holds the bill of lading has the right to sue.
Australia
4 Jun 2019
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Autonomous ships: 2019 update and what the future holds
This article considers the status of the legal framework that underpins autonomous shipping and the challenges ahead.
Australia
1 Apr 2019
9
Application of work health and safety laws in the aviation sector - The High Court decides
Recent case warns that aircraft operators should aim for compliance with both Commonwealth, state & territory laws.
Australia
6 Mar 2019
10
Non-existent goods not covered by marine cargo insurance
In this decision, the cargo claimant was unsuccessful in its claim against its insurers under an open cover cargo policy.
Australia
11 Feb 2019
11
National Heavy Vehicle Register introduces Master Industry Code of Practice
How will your business control, eliminate or minimise its transport risks in light of these recent HVNL amendments?
Australia
11 Feb 2019
12
Impacts of Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) on construction industry
Changes to the HVNL mean that construction companies may share responsibility for the safety of transport activities.
Australia
2 Jan 2019
13
Navigating the Heavy Vehicle National Law: Commercial considerations for directors, executives and compliance teams
All parties in the heavy vehicle supply chain share the responsibility for the safety of their transport activities.
Australia
5 Nov 2018
14
Must a claim for airline passenger compensation satisfy the state legislative threshold?
Considerations of the interplay between state & federal laws will vary depending upon the state in which a claim is brought.
Australia
3 Oct 2018
15
How autonomous vehicles will affect the insurance industry
Insurers should consider the impact of driverless cars on negligence, product liability and cyber security insurance.
Australia
30 Jul 2018
16
Assessment of damages for lost opportunity in aviation claim
The lawyers had breached their duty of care, so the prime issue was the applicable law for the assessment of damages.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
17
Phase Two reforms to Heavy Vehicle National Law
These HVNL amendments, introduced into Queensland, include broadening of due diligence obligations on executive officers.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
18
English and Australian courts diverge on Hague-Visby package limitation
From the standpoint of international comity, a consistent interpretation of the Hague-Visby limitation is desirable.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
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Who bears the burden of proof in a General Average dispute?
The case considers the meaning and effect of Rule D of the York-Antwerp Rules, and burden of proof in general average.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
20
Airport operator found negligent for aircraft collision with a kangaroo
Kangaroos are a foreseeable risk for operators of airports in Australia, so operators must take action to minimise risks.
Australia
19 Mar 2018
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