Monthly Archives: March 2022

The Insurance Contracts Act and the Importance of Good Faith The Insurance Contracts Act is a law that governs how insurance contracts are formed, managed, and enforced in Australia. This law is designed to protect consumers and ensure that insurance companies act in good faith when providing coverage to their policyholders. What is Good […]

After years of disputes and tensions, Japan and South Korea have agreed to a landmark deal to settle their differences over the issue of “comfort women”. The agreement, which was reached on December 28th, 2015, aimed to address one of the most contentious issues between the two countries. The term “comfort women” refers to […]

The UTLA Bargaining Agreement: Understanding What It Means for Teachers The United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) is a union that represents over 30,000 educators in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). The union negotiates with the district to secure the best possible working conditions and benefits for its members, and one crucial part […]

Escrow is a term commonly used in contract law, referring to a third-party arrangement that involves the transfer of funds or property from one party to another. In this arrangement, the funds or property are held by an intermediary (the escrow agent) until certain conditions specified in the contract are met. In essence, an […]