This month's feature article comes from the insurance team: Fraudulent claims case shows difficulties insurers face: Sgro v Australian Associated Motor Insurers Ltd [2015] NSWCA 262. Also this month we bring you articles on admissibility of expert reports, changes to the Queensland WorkCover regime, liability for provision of recreational activities, unfair contract terms and social procurement.

Insurance

Throwing a spanner in the Queensland WorkCover regime again…
Court of Appeal in Victoria rules on admissibility of expert reports served after mediation: Northern Health v Robert Kuipers
Fraudulent claims case shows difficulties insurers face: Sgro v Australian Associated Motor Insurers Ltd [2015] NSWCA 262

Commercial and corporate

Unfair contract terms protections to be extended to small businesses
ASIC relaxes its approach to change of auditors

Social procurement

You don't have to be a corporate giant to do social good
 

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