Industry body releases of the program for its annual liability conference being held in Auckland.
The new unfair contract terms provisions of the Fair Trading Act kicked in this week but only some will affect the insurance industry. A legal expert gives his views on the matter.
One of the authors of the first major work on New Zealand insurance law in 22 years explains why there is never a good time to write a law book – and how he is still friends with his co-author!
Two respected names from a top NZ law firm recently held a class for the Lloyd’s Market Association. But what did one of them learn is lacking in NZ as a result?
Sloppy processes in the creation of policy wordings and contracts are letting the industry down, says respected insurance law specialist.
An industry body is organising a breakfast brainstorm meeting for those looking to network with the movers and shakers of the NZ insurance market.
A world-leading insurance law expert has committed to a consultancy role at a top NZ law firm. But the best perks of this job will be working with his daughter.
Amongst much litigious action arising out of the Canterbury quakes, the Supreme Court is now mulling a principle called ‘merger of damage’ that could have global consequences for insurance law.
Chambers latest rankings prompt multiple celebrations for one NZ insurance law firm who’ve made the grade two years in a row.