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ClarkeKann Lawyers
Despite this favourable outcome, small businesses could still face challenges in making business interruption claims.
Carroll & O'Dea
In considering any care plan for a participant, careful attention must be given to the relevant categories of supports.
Carroll & O'Dea
To receive a specific support under the NDIS scheme, the service must be determined to be reasonable and necessary.
Ramsden Lawyers
Discussion about the test case for whether insurance policies covering business interruption applied in respect of COVID-19.
Holman Webb
Clear & unequivocal acceptance of an offer is needed before an insurance contract will be considered binding.
McCullough Robertson
Companies with BI insurance should determine whether they are eligible to recover any COVID-19 related losses.
Moray & Agnew
In finding in favour of the insurer, the court found that the deceased's failure to disclose drug use was fraudulent.
Carroll & O'Dea
The AAT has been asked to consider what is reasonable and necessary in the context of those living with a disability.
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, many Mainland residents find foreign insurance policies more attractive than those found in the mainland and continue to cross borders to get their hands on them.
AnJie Law Firm
Clyde & Co
On 19th May 2020, China's Banking & Insurance Regulatory Commission (‘CBIRC') publicly released its Regulatory Measures for Credit & Guarantee Insurance (the ‘Measures').
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
Despite the tortuous path ahead for the US 2020 election campaigns, and the trials and tribulations of this year, the US-China Phase 1 Trade Deal (the "P1 Deal") remains in place.
Hong Kong
Norton Rose
China has been, and continues to be, a fundamental driving force of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the insurance sector in Asia.
Mayer Brown
The MoU is also relevant to the regulation of insurance linked securities (ILS) as the IA prepares to launch an ILS regime in Hong Kong soon.
Clyde & Co
The Explanatory Note also contains useful frequently asked questions (FAQs) on these secrecy obligations.
Mayer Brown
On 24 July 2020, Hong Kong's Legislative Council passed two bills amending the Insurance Ordinance (Cap. 41) (IO).
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