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The seminar will be presented by co-authors of upcoming 2nd edition of “Colinvaux’s Law of Insurance in New Zealand”
While this government insurer has welcomed a judge’s decision not to allow a representative action against it to proceed, the lawyers involved have vowed to continue the fight.
PLUS: Search for outstanding industry professionals is on; insurer appoints wellbeing ambassador and ratings assigned to Hollard.
This year’s NZILA conference examines if all is fair in insurance law with an impressive line-up of speakers booked.
A new class action has been proposed by a Christchurch lawyer who says he has international backing.
Insurance law experts dismiss a potential Christchurch quake class action over a breach of utmost good faith as extremely remote.
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!
A comprehensive reference book on New Zealand insurance law penned by two leading lights is being launched next month.
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?