CPD: The Magic of Insurance Law with Mark Sheller

Clarence, Workplaces for Lawyers
Level 11, 65 York St
Sydney
NSW
2000
Wed,Feb26,2020,1:00PM
Wed,Feb26,2020,2:00PM
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Description

CPD: The Magic of Insurance Law

1 CPD point: Substantive Law

In Australia, like many countries, insurance is an everyday part of life. Its absence can be devastating in so many ways. But unlike many countries, the Australian insurance law regime is very favourable to the insured. This presentation explains why the Australian insurance law regime is so favourable and how to unlock some of its tricks which may assist insured to access funds that they thought inaccessible or had otherwise overlooked.

Some of the key issues which will be touched upon include:-

  • The Australian insurance law regime generally;

  • The Insurance Contracts Act and its key provisions;

  • What lies ahead – unfair contract terms.

About Mark Sheller

A new Clarence member, Mark Sheller has worked as an insurance lawyer over 33 years, initially focusing on financial lines (professional indemnity and D&O insurance) and from management liability and general liability policies. That length and depth of experience has given Mark significant insights into the operation of policies and their underwriters. 

His strengths now sit in risk management and policy operation. Mark regularly receives all sorts of questions about the operation of an insurance policy and prides himself on being able to either resolve the question immediately or suggest an effective resolution strategy. 

Mark holds Bachelor degrees in Arts and Law from the University of Sydney. 

Details

Date: Wednesday, 26th February
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm 
Location: Level 11, 65 York Street Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free for CPD subscribers* and $60 for non-subscribers

Lunch included complimentary for all attendees.

*Not a subscriber? Email rose@clarencechambers.com.au to attend unlimited CPD (20+ points plus access to 20 webinars) per year for $480+GST.

The CPD scheme is based on self-assessment of the educational activity by the practitioner. If you find it extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of law then you can claim the activity for CPD units. You should refer to Rule 7 for the criteria in assessing an activity and Rules 8 and 9 for the amount of units that can be claimed for an activity.

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