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When is enough enough? - anaesthetist's appeal fails

In our blog on 19 May 2018 we reported on a decision in which an orthopaedic surgeon and anaesthetist were both found negligent for failing to abandon surgery prior to the plaintiff suffering paraplegia.  
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NSW Court of Appeal decision affects a practitioner’s rights to seek a stay from NCAT

Yesterday the Court of Appeal handed down a decision (Medical Council of NSW v Lee [2017] NSWCA 282) which will limit a practitioner’s rights to seek a stay of any suspension decision made by their relevant registering Council pursuant to s150 of the National Law.
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Discrimination settlement extinguishes workers compensation rights

President Keating of the Workers Compensation Commission expressed it to be an unfortunate result when he entered an award for the respondent finding that a workers settlement of a discrimination claim extinguished her further rights to workers compensation.
  • 29 Jul 2016

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Any Interest in Determining Costs Orders?

In Averkin v Insurance Australia Limited (No 2) [2016] NSWCA 150, the NSW Court of Appeal determined costs issues arising from an insured’s successful appeal against a District Court decision which had found that an insured’s claim with respect to a $38,870 agreed value motor vehicle policy was fraudulent.

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