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Skills Down, Claims Up: What the Infrastructure Boom Means for Insurers

The recent collapse of a 50 year-old suspension bridge in Genoa Italy is a stark reminder of the devastating impact that failed infrastructure projects can have. Roads and rail, hospitals and schools, airports and stadiums: there’s no doubt Australia is going through a turbulent infrastructure boom, perhaps its biggest yet. The Federal government has announced … Continue reading

Another hot topic for insurers – is combustible cladding the next big risk?

What are the legal and insurance implications of the recent furore regarding cladding in Australia? This was considered at a Norton Rose Fulbright panel discussion, “What does the future hold for cladding in Australia?”, by partners John Moran, Emmanuel Confos and Katherine Morris, and Christina Knorr, Chief Fire Engineer at Stephen Grubits & Associates. The … Continue reading

Director’s trust misplaced when it comes to PI coverage

Clear and precise drafting is essential when it comes to setting out the scope of cover provided under an insurance policy. This is especially significant in the professional indemnity and directors’ and officer’s insurance space where policies often seek to include or exclude complex legal and commercial relationships. The advantage of clearly defining the parties’ … Continue reading
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