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Case review 05/03/2020
Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away… the importance of timing in the attachment of marine cargo cover
This Beatles well known tune surely rang true in the mind of the insured, Swashplate, when Chief Justice Allsop in the Federal Court of Australia held that insurers, Liberty, were not liable to indemnify it under a cargo policy, as the cargo had been inadequately packed less than a day prior to the insurance attaching.
We are pleased to announce that the publication of the 2019 editions of legal directories covering Asia Pacific has seen us continue recent rankings success.
A picture is worth a thousand words - contemporaneous evidence in maritime incidents and how technology can help
In Watson v Foxman  McLelland CJ said the degree of fallibility of human memory exacerbates over time, particularly where disputes or litigation intervene.
Case review 25/05/2018
In its recent judgment the NSW Court of Appeal (NSWCA) upheld Hammerschlag J’s decision in Weir Services Australia Pty Ltd v AXA Corporate Solutions Assurance  NSWCA 100 and, by doing so, provided guidance in respect of a number of important interpretation issues regarding liability insurance policies.
Sports-related head trauma litigation is becoming increasingly widespread in certain jurisdictions.
Case review 24/10/2017
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v JJ Richards & Sons Pty Ltd  FCA 1224
Case review 17/11/2016
TAL Life Ltd v Shuetrim; MetLife Insurance Ltd v Shuetrim [07.04.16]