11-12-18 / Roger Traves QC, Anthony Messina, Nola Pearce — Insurance, Contract
On 13 November 2018 The Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA) hosted the seminar ‘Does a Stitch in Time Really Save Nine? Issues Surrounding Mitigation Costs Under a Policy of Liability Insurance‘ at Level Twenty Seven Chambers. The presenters were Roger Traves QC, Anthony Messina and Nola Pearce. Through real case examples the seminar discussed…
27-11-18 / Rob Anderson QC — Insurance
At the Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA) National Conference 2018 Rob Anderson QC presented a session titled 'The Fortune Cookie: chasing ambulances in the digital age' which discussed the legality and ethics of claim farming. An article summarising Rob's session can be found here.
12-11-18 / Shane Doyle QC, Bianca Kabel — Arbitration
'International Arbitration - Trends, Developments and Opportunities for Future Growth' is a paper co-authored by Shane Doyle QC and Bianca Kabel for the September/October 2018 issue of The Australian Construction Law Newsletter (ACLN). The publication is produced and distributed six times each year. A digital version of the article is available to…
9-11-18 / Glenn Newton QC — Commercial Equity, Corporations
LLM dissertation: Are fiduciary duties, under Australian law, confined to the two proscriptive duties of no profit and no conflict? The dissertation was described by Edelman J as “… the most comprehensive deconstruction of modern Australian fiduciary law that I have read". A copy of the paper prepared by Glenn…
8-11-18 / Rob Anderson QC — Competition & Consumer, Contract, Corporations, Media & Defamation
As part of the AILA National Conference 2018 Robert Anderson QC presented the topic 'The Fortune Cookie: chasing ambulances in the digital age'. For more information about the content of this session please contact the Level Twenty Seven Assistant Practice Manager, Tamara McCombe (firstname.lastname@example.org).