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Duncan Cotterill
These changes could be significant for companies and organisations that use labour hire companies or temporary workers.
Duncan Cotterill
Employers should check procedures and policies to ensure they are prepared for these upcoming changes to take effect.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Understand the full range of capital raising options available and choose the option which optimises cash and value.
Duncan Cotterill
Submissions on possible reforms in the "Modernising the Charities Act 2005" discussion document close on 31 May 2019.
Duncan Cotterill
These cases show that substantial discounts for mitigating factors can still be obtained in appropriate circumstances.
Duncan Cotterill
The Court can order reparation for the deceased's loss of earnings to related persons who have suffered loss as a result.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
A cross lease title was one of the two most common ways to subdivide, and contains rights of ownership and rights of use.
Duncan Cotterill
This Mainzeal decision should be carefully considered by anyone currently holding or contemplating a directorship.
Cavell Leitch
Implementing an ETA system will allow the authorities to pre-screen individuals, before they travel to New Zealand.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Employers should put in place policies about these issues, so employees know about processes for this new entitlement.
Duncan Cotterill
2019 is seeing major changes proposed by the Government to affect the six most commonly utilised work visa categories.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The High Court sent a strong message to directors against the dangers of companies continuing to trade whilst insolvent.
Duncan Cotterill
These issues may not be relevant for all charities, but they should be considerations for most established charities.
STA Law Firm
The recent and tragic event that occurred in the nation of New Zealand has been something of a shock the world around.
Cavell Leitch
The risk for Mainzeal directors is that the Court of Appeal may decide they are personally liable for over $36 million.
Cavell Leitch
The article considers the enforceability of the NRL policy and other ways sporting clubs can regulate player misconduct.
Chapman Tripp
This article summarises three reform models offered by the EDS (Environmental Defence Society) and the future process.
Chapman Tripp
An exposure draft of regulations and commentary will be released for public submission in the second quarter of 2019.
Chapman Tripp
The Select Committee has recommended only modest changes to the Privacy Bill now, so further reform may be needed later.
Duncan Cotterill
Having considered submissions on the Bill, the Justice Select Committee has recommended that the Privacy Bill be passed.
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This immigration update provides a brief overview of key proposed changes to the employer-assisted work visa framework.
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Timely reminder to reporting entities about the risks associated with failing to comply with the AML & CFT regime.
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This changing media landscape covers social media, entertainment, advertising, broadcasting, digital and analogue media.
Cavell Leitch
INZ typically experience high numbers of visa applications and temporary processing backlogs, during the summer months.
Chapman Tripp
Article discusses trends & insights in the area of M&A and includes a link to an article which elaborates on these points.
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Article contains link to publication discussing the debt funding mixes of the top 50 companies on the NSX.
Chapman Tripp
Article discusses key CGT recommendations proposed a majority of the TWG.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This type of clause enables a vendor to give notice to a purchaser that the vendor has entered into another agreement.
Cavell Leitch
The proposal is to extend the OIA so that non-residents cannot buy NZ houses or residential land, without OIO permission.
Chapman Tripp
The embedding of the public interest defence to defamation claims may have raised the bar for publishers to defend.
Duncan Cotterill
Having considered submissions on the Bill, the Justice Select Committee has recommended that the Privacy Bill be passed.
Chapman Tripp
This article summarises three reform models offered by the EDS (Environmental Defence Society) and the future process.
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