Robinson & Cole LLP (LexBlog Australia)

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  • Australian Defence to Use Swarms of Tiny Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Highlighting a Global Trend

    Last week, the Australian Department of Defence announced that it will begin research and development for the use of swarms of tiny autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) (i.e., underwater drones) to detect and clear naval mines. This research and development project will cost approximately $15 million and span over five years in partnership with Australia’s Trusted...

  • First Drone Rescue at Sea

    Just last week, the first ever drone rescue at sea occurred in the heavy riptides off the coast of Australia. Two swimmers were trapped in the strong current when a drone dropped a flotation device down to them from the sky. The fate of the two swimmers could have been much worse if it weren’t...

  • Contingent Business Interruption Coverage: Fourth Circuit Determines “Direct” Is Unambiguous In Reversal Of District Of Maryland

    You may recall that we posted a summary of Millennium Inorganic Chemicals Ltd v. National Union Fire Ins. Co., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 140257 (D. Md. Sept. 28, 2012), where the federal district court of the district of Maryland analyzed whether contingent business interruption coverage was triggered where coverage applied only to “direct” contributing properties....

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