Robert Minc


Robert has more than 20 years’ experience in insurance law and complementary areas, focusing primarily on property damage and associated recoveries, public and products liability and professional indemnity claims.

His client experience is broad, including acting for Australia’s largest general insurers, Lloyds of London Syndicates, supermarkets, State Government, Universities, Mutuals, Councils, professionals, transport companies and the operators of large infrastructure and building projects.

Robert provides his clients with legal services that are not only technically sound but cost effective. He aims to constantly manage his clients’ expectations so there are “no surprises” in the cost and potential outcome of matters.

Robert has been recognised by Best Lawyers Australia as a leading lawyer in Insurance Law since 2014 and in Personal Injury Litigation for 2020. Doyle’s Guide has also acknowledged Robert’s expertise for several years – in the 2018 edition, he is listed as a Leading Defendant Public & Product Liability Lawyer and a Recommended Lawyer in the areas of Medical Negligence and Malpractice.

Robert is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance.

Oct 23, 2019

INSIGHT: Powerful new Sports Tribunal leads the way in bolstering integrity in Australian sport. Why is this important?

Key takeaways: New legislation governing arbitration/ADR of Australian sports disputes National Sports Tribunal introduced for resolution of sports disputes Two-year pilot Conditional opt out scheme Laws apply to acts committed or omitted within as well as outside of Australia Locally handled sporting Appeals have the potential to lower costs Significant civil penalties for breach Sports […]

Oct 8, 2019

INSIGHT: What’s the damage? Recent trends in General Damages awards for psychiatric injuries in Victoria.

Key takeaways: General damages awards for psychiatric injuries can be significant A ‘recognisable psychiatric illness’ must be present Treatment not sought is not necessarily an impediment to a psychiatric claim Have there been any discernible trends in the awarding of damages for psychiatric injuries in recent years in Victoria? Four cases decided between 2013 and […]