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By Lucy De Latour
This Report makes recommendations for the monitoring, testing and management of water supplies for safer drinking water.
By Charlene Sell, Amanda Douglas
Employers and employees need to be aware of their rights and obligations in relation to these changes to parental leave.
By Annie Cao
The Law Commission wants to know what you think about the Property (Relationships) Act and whether reform is needed.
By Amanda Douglas
The period before Christmas and New Year is often when employers identify employment issues and future staffing needs.
By Stephanie Woods
The decision applies the voidable transaction regime to payments made by third parties on behalf of a debtor company.
By Kirstie Wyss
It remains to be seen whether these changes will make any discernible difference to the resource consent process.
By Emily Walton, Annie Cao
The National Party's use of the track Eminem Esque, in its 2014 election campaign, was held to be copyright infringement.
By Charlene Sell
This article helps with the recruitment process – from advertising the role to offering employment to the top candidate.
By Shane Campbell
The Supreme Court has once more confirmed that litigation funding agreements are not themselves objectionable.
By Charlene Sell
Intellectual property is a significant business asset so you should consider how best to protect or to commercialise it.
By Charlene Sell
Fujitsu is the first business to be convicted under the unsubstantiated representations provisions in the Fair Trading Act.
By Charlene Sell
Terms of trade will differ depending on whether your business supplies products or services.
By Charlene Sell
The Act does not change the substance of existing law, but signals an intention to revise and modernise NZ legislation.
By James Anson-Holland
This Law Commission Report recommends a number of sweeping reforms to the current law of contempt in New Zealand.
By Amanda Douglas, Amy Cradock
The Labour Inspectorate is cracking down on NZ workplaces to ensure that minimum employment standards are being met.
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