JUNE 2013

Happy 30th birthday, AILA

In 2013, AILA celebrates turning 30 years old. Resolve talks to pioneers who helped establish what has become AIDA’s most successful chapter.

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NZILA President's message
Craig Langstone is drumming up delegates for NZILA’s Queenstown conference in September. After the learning and networking sessions, take time to ski the slopes.
AILA President's message
David Lee welcomes three new members to the AILA board’s Asia Pacific sub-committee, which aims to foster closer relations between AIDA chapters in the region.
Professionals 'have learnt ISR pitfalls'
ISR wordings have had a turbulent history, but ISR professionals know how to "work around" common Mark IV issues, says Sydney barrister Michael Jones.
Court rules: insufficient evidence of suicide
An insurer is liable after failing to prove a driver deliberately crashed into a truck to commit suicide, despite his 'depressing' Facebook post an hour earlier.
Schools walk liability tightrope
There are challenges ahead for schools. They walk the tightrope of letting children grow through new experiences and safeguarding them from unreasonable risk.
Court rules policy covers costs
Leaking tuna tins will cost an insurer liable for a resin supplier’s costs incurred while proving its product did not cause the tins to corrode.
Conferences offer Sydney and snow
With the NZILA and AILA conferences both on in September, it will be a busy month for members on both sides of the ditch.
Claims manager diversifies AILA committee
Resolve profiles new AILA board member Sue Vidler, who is keen to give something back to the industry she’s worked in for 31 years.
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News from the branches
Read a roundup of activities around the AILA and NZILA branches.
Who's moving where in the insurance and legal fraternities?
Upcoming events for AILA, NZILA and other insurance-related organisations.
How to contact AILA/NZILA’s office bearers and Resolve’s editor.