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Insurance After Hayne Part 3 – The duty of disclosure: 5 lessons for insurers

Welcome to Part 3 of Insurance After Hayne, a six part series on our Insurance Law Tomorrow blog focusing on the implications for insurers following the release of the final report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. This week, we shift our focus to one of the … Continue reading

Insurance After Hayne Part 2 – How the Royal Commission will change how insurance is sold

Welcome to Part 2 of Insurance After Hayne, a series focusing on the implications for general and life insurers of the Royal Commission’s final report.  In last week’s article, we provided an overview of the recommendations applicable to the insurance industry. This week, we look more closely at the recommendations regarding sales practices and policy … Continue reading

Insurance after Hayne Part 1 – What do insurers need to do following the Royal Commission’s final report?

Welcome to Part 1 of “Insurance after Hayne”, a special series on our Insurance Law Tomorrow blog focusing on the implications for general and life insurers following the release of the Royal Commission’s final report. Each week, we will be sharing our thoughts on Commissioner Hayne’s recommendations through the lens of our insurance regulatory team. … Continue reading

Brave New World – Unfair Insurance Contracts?

When on 18 December 2017 the Commonwealth Government announced its intention to extend unfair contract term provisions to insurance contracts, the industry collectively held its breath. Of course with the Hayne Royal Commission having commenced 14 December it seemed unlikely anything further would happen during 2018. However, not being predictable, on 27 June 2018 the … Continue reading
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