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 Recorded Webinar: Occupier’s Liability and Workers Compensation - Managing the Interplay (NSW)

Recorded: 11 February 2022

Duration:  1 hour


This session looks at rights of someone injured at work and the intersection between workers compensation claims and occupier liability claims. This session looks at the issues, including:

  • The coverage of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) and employer liability
  • Determining whether an employer has breached their duty of care at common law
  • Identification of the risk of injury
  • An assessment of how a reasonable person would respond to the risk
  • Can a claim be made for occupier liability in a workers compensation matter?
  • Case report – Vincent v Woolworths Ltd [2016] NSWCA 40
Recorded Webinars,Litigation Law,Recorded Webinar:  Occupier’s Liability and Workers Compensation - Managing the Interplay (NSW)

Katherine Allsop, Special Counsel, Litton Legal, Sydney

Katherine has 10+ years’ experience as a solicitor, with a demonstrated history of working in disputes, insurance law, professional indemnity claims, and commercial law.

Her extensive experience in dispute resolution includes cross-border matters, insurance coverage disputes and general commercial litigation, and spans several jurisdictions across Australia.

Katherine is on the board of the Women’s Centre for Health & Wellbeing (Albury-Wodonga)

This webinar is suitable for NSW lawyers practising in workers’ compensation. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.


Lawyers can claim 1 CPD unit – substantive law

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 Price:  $269.50 (Inclusive of GST)
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