Grace Frisby Grace Frisby

Grace Frisby

Associate Commercial Litigation | Brisbane
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Grace is an Associate in our Commercial Litigation & Insurance practice.  Grace has expertise in the life insurance space and also practices in commercial litigation and financial lines insurance.  Grace has varied experience handling commercial disputes and litigation, total and permanent disablement claims, income protection claims, professional indemnity and directors and officers disputes.

Grace has been with the firm since she was undergraduate and was recently promoted to the position of Associate in the minimum timeframe possible.

My focus is on providing thorough yet commercial advice in resolving disputes

Grace's Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Queensland
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland

Grace's Expertise

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Life Insurance
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Directors & Officers Liability

Grace's Leadership

  • Member, Young Insurance Professionals
  • Member, Woman in Insurance
  • Member, Australian Insurance Law Association
  • Member, Australian Professional Indemnity Group
  • Member, Queensland Law Society

Grace's recent publications

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  1. How “light” is light?

    31 Jul 2018

    Carroll v united super pty ltd [2018] NSWSC 403 The Decision In Carroll v United Super Pty Ltd, Mr Carroll successfully established that he was totally and permanently disabled (TPD) under the terms of the relevant trust deed and policy. Background Mr...

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  2. Jones on Appeal

    11 Oct 2017

    Jones on Appeal Hannover Life Re of Australasia Ltd v Jones [2017] NSWCA 233 On 14 September 2017, the New South Wales Court of Appeal dismissed Hannover Life Re’s appeal ordering that it pay Mr Jones the disputed TPD benefit plus costs. Background:...

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  3. Deferring the Assessment Date – Wilkin v TAL Life Limited & Ors

    31 Oct 2016

    On 24 June 2016, Dorney DCJ handed down his decision in Wilkin v TAL Life Limited & Ors,[1] referring the matter back to TAL to determine whether Mr Wilkin was Totally and Permanently Disabled (TPD) within the meaning of the relevant policy of...

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