Design fault – marine
We acted for the manufacturer of a fibreglass hulled catamaran which was used for fishing and diving and other recreational trips around Lord Howe Island. It was claimed that the design of the vessel, in relation to the exhaust system of the on board diesel engines, caused the engines to seize. We successfully defended the claim.
Uniting Church & Australia Property Trust (NSW) v Miller; Miller v Lithgow City Council  NSW CA 320
October 27, 2015
Facts The plaintiff was an age champion swimmer at the Kinross Wolari School operated by the Uniting Church (‘School’). On 7…Continue reading
January 15, 2018
Introduction The High Court decision of Robinson Helicopter Company Incorporated v McDermott  HCA 22 highlights to manufacturers the importance of…Continue reading