The deadly novel coronavirus outbreak (2019-CoV) has resulted in passenger and cargo ships being quarantined around the world, partial and complete travel bans to parts of China and shipping and airlines being unable or unwilling to deliver cargo to the contractual destination.
Malcolm Hartwell, ... Read More »
The claimant, suing the UK National Health Service, had a medical history of having undergone two caesarean sections and a tear to her womb. Her fourth pregnancy was therefore regarded as “high risk” and her treatment plan provided for an elective caesarean section. She brought a claim against ... Read More »
The debate around euthanasia and its legal implications has stirred again due to the recent case of Professor Sean Davison, charged with three counts of murder in circumstances where the deceased’s had asked him for assistance in their deaths. Understandably, faced with a very long prison sentence ... Read More »
Professor Pieter Carstens
Insurance Gateway attended Norton Rose Fulbright’s Health Law Practice and Professor Pieter Carstens presentation on Wednesday, 29 January 2020. Where Professor Carstens shared his journey from being diagnosed with aggressive squamous cell carcinoma of the ... Read More »
Ransomware industry flourishes in SA while business are largely unprepared for the business interruption and financial fallout of a breach
In a recent Carte Blanche episode, the investigative news programme revealed that South Africa had faced a number of major cyberattacks during 2019 ... Read More »