2013 conference highlights

AILA and NZILA conference highlights

A keynote presentation and a harbour lights session at the AILA conference outlined the reputation risk and personal liabilities to which directors are exposed.

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Insurers’ reputations
at risk

ICA’s new code of practice will ‘name and shame’ non-compliant insurers.

Insurance is a promise

Lawyers must help insurers ensure their policy promises are clear.

Human error causes breaches

Humans are responsible for cyber attackers breaching systems’ firewalls.

Good faith changes hallmark of Act

New Act’s changes to the duty of utmost good faith are significant.

AILA stalwarts awarded

Two AILA stalwarts were honoured at the gala dinner at the AILA conference.

Delegates dazzle at conference events

AILA delegates kicked up their heels at social functions in Sydney.

Flood definition ‘no panacea’

Australia’s standard flood definition doesn’t address causation.

BI cover’s application

NZILA panel debates business interruption cover’s unanswered questions.

Rena grounding ‘a wake-up call’

The Rena’s grounding had major ramifications for a wide range of stakeholders.

Quake claims complex

Complex insurer-EQC relationships hamper quake recoveries.

Water insufficient for vineyard

NZ academic calls for legislative resolution to contribution inequities.


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