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Are You Liable for the Negligence of Your Designated Driver?
Monday 24 February 2020 / by Peter Bennett posted in Insurance

Are you liable for the negligence of your designated driver? The short answer is yes, if it is your car and you are a passenger!

E-scooters, Insurance and Australian Law
Wednesday 5 February 2020 / by Natasha Miller posted in Insurance Technology Law E-Scooters

E-scooters: Clean, green communing machines - charged and ready to ride from your home or street corner... What's not to like

LIMITED SPOTS REMAINING: Insurance Breakfast Seminar: 2019 - A Year in Review (20 February 2020)
Wednesday 22 January 2020 / by Holman Webb posted in Insurance

Holman Webb is delighted to invite readers to attend our first breakfast seminar of 2020, hosted by the firm's General Insurance team and taking place on Thursday 20 February.

Summer Safety: The Crucial Nature of Boat Insurance
Monday 6 January 2020 / by Natasha Miller posted in Insurance

For countless Australians, Summer presents the perfect opportunity to get out of the house, head to the water and cool down with a dip in the ocean, a float in the harbour or a swim in one of the nation's many winding rivers. Whilst the majority of us are happy enough with splashing about in the waves - a large number of Australians do enjoy spending time on the water, in a wide range of varying watercraft.

NSW Introduces Bill to Implement Recommendations following Safe Work Australia’s 2018 Review of Model Work Health and Safety Laws
Wednesday 20 November 2019 / by Alicia Mataere and Lee Pike posted in Insurance Workplace Relations

On 25 February 2019, Safe Work Australia published the final report of Marie Boland's review of the Model Work Health and Safety Laws ('the Review'). The Review made a number of recommendations, on which Safe Work Australia sought comment through its Consultation Regulation Impact Statement ('CRIS').

Insurance Breakfast Seminar: Artificial Intelligence in Insurance - 28 November 2019
Monday 18 November 2019 / by Holman Webb posted in Insurance

Holman Webb's insurance team is delighted to invite readers to attend our upcoming November insurance breakfast seminar, co-hosted by icourts.

Circumstances Between Principal Contractor and Plaintiff Give Rise to Non-Delegable Duty of Care
Wednesday 9 October 2019 / by Nicholas Gordon posted in Insurance

The NSW Supreme Court recently delivered an interesting judgment in the matter of Hossain v Unity Grammar College Limited & Ors [2019] NSWSC 1313.

Insurance Breakfast Seminar: Privacy | GDPR | Data Breaches - 18 October 2019
Friday 27 September 2019 / by Holman Webb posted in Business, Corporate & Commercial Insurance

Holman Webb's Insurance Team is delighted to invite readers to attend our upcoming October insurance breakfast seminar. 

Late Motor Accident Claims: What Constitutes a ‘Full and Satisfactory’ Explanation?
Thursday 12 September 2019 / by Natasha Miller posted in Insurance

As the tide goes out on the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 ('MACA'), the Supreme Court has at last clarified a contentious issue in Section 73 of the MACA, which relates to the late making of claims.

The Importance of Putting Evidence to a Witness in Cross-Examination
Monday 9 September 2019 / by Natasha Miller and Amber Burton posted in Insurance

Holman Webb is pleased to relay our CTP Insurance team's success in relation to the case of Qui v Obeid [2019] NSWCA 207 ('Qui v Obeid').

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