Webcast- Recent developments in TAC Case Law & Judgements


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Webcast- Recent developments in TAC Case Law & Judgements


In this webcast, barrister Fiona Ryan SC from Castan Chambers will discuss the recent developments and changes in TAC case law. She will analyse how the TAC amendments will affect the extent of coverage for people who are injured in transport accidents.

The webinar will provide essential information regarding the measures being implemented by TAC and what practitioners can expect. There will also be a review on recent judgments such as Simmonds-Thatcher v Kamari, Rye v TAC, Moules v TAC and Shaid v Alpha Trading Engineering.

The webinar will be chaired by Jeremy King. There will be discussion time allocated for questions.


Fiona Ryan SC, Barrister, Castan Chambers.

Fiona practises in common law and administrative law in the Federal and State Courts. She appears in a wide range of personal injury matters including:

serious injury applications (WorkCover and TAC);
common law trials;
entitlements to benefits under statutory insurance schemes (WorkCover and TAC);
veterans’ entitlements claims;
Fiona also appears at the AAT, Federal Court and Full Federal Court in administrative law matters and has particular experience in Veterans’ Entitlement matters.

Fiona read with Richard Niall QC, now a judge of the Victorian Court of Appeal.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Fiona worked at Holding Redlich after undertaking articles in 2002. She worked in the personal injury and commercial litigation departments.

Event Details


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Registrants will be able to access the content at their own time with a unique link received via email.

Once the webinar begins, it can not be paused, rewound, or fast-forwarded.


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Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)

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Non Member: $30