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Chapman Tripp
Governments and the Waitangi Tribunal may have to consider iwi and hapu rights when making decisions affecting Maori.
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses amendments to ERA and comments that the balance will shift towards greater employee and union rights.
Duncan Cotterill
Key issues were whether the trees were "unauthorised goods" and if the seizure and containment orders were reasonable.
Chapman Tripp
This changed accounting standard has a broad range of impacts on lessees' reported financial position and performance.
Chapman Tripp
This decision was a significant departure from current authority and could carry large implications for in-house counsel.
Cavell Leitch
Explanation of increases in application fees for NZ visas.
Chapman Tripp
The NZ Government has confirmed that it is planning a much more comprehensive review on the overseas investment regime.
Cavell Leitch
This article addresses what the claw-back regime for liquidators is, and how creditors can try and protect themselves.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has urged "early, strong action" in the form of higher emissions prices.
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses the rights of governments to access securely held personal information of your customers.
Cavell Leitch
Article discusses positive changes for all temporary visa applicants.
Cavell Leitch
On 8 August 2018, the Minister of Immigration announced confirmed changes to the post study work visa rules.
Duncan Cotterill
One of the main benefits of D&O insurance is the cover for defence costs in civil, criminal and regulatory proceedings.
Duncan Cotterill
From 1 April 2019, this Act will give employees who are affected by domestic violence new entitlements, leave and rights.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
MFE is consulting on these proposed amendments to the Emissions Trading Scheme, NZ's principal policy for climate change.
Cavell Leitch
Discussion of District Plans, what they are and when you need to consult them.
Duncan Cotterill
This update contains more detail on how the changes will impact on the forestry sector.
Duncan Cotterill
Discussion of recent HC decisions on Plan Change 5 to the Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Broad overview of the receivership process and the implications of a company being placed into receivership.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry released a discussion document on reform options, seeking feedback on how best to implement these changes.
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Duncan Cotterill
The High Court released its decision on sentencing appeals in the District Court for health and safety prosecutions.
Cavell Leitch
The Minister of Immigration has proposed changes to make it easier for the NZ construction industry to employ migrants.
Duncan Cotterill
This update contains detail on how these overseas investment changes will impact on the property development sector.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Court of Appeal rejected QBE's appeal and said that the Allianz policy would incept on the expiry of the QBE policy.
Chapman Tripp
The Amendment Bill includes minor changes, but much of the regulation will come from the forthcoming Code of Conduct.
Duncan Cotterill
The main focus of the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill is to bring residential land within the Overseas Investment Act.
Duncan Cotterill
This judgment creates a new public interest defence, replacing the defence of qualified privilege, to defamation claims.
Cavell Leitch
These changes are designed to ensure that the migrants who are granted residence have the skills that New Zealand needs.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry released a discussion document on reform options, seeking feedback on how best to implement these changes.
Chapman Tripp
The Act requires overseas persons to obtain consent before acquiring certain assets, including certain residential land.
Chapman Tripp
Creditors with different rights or interests can be classed together in a compromise under Part 14 of the Companies Act.
Cavell Leitch
The proposal is to extend the OIA so that non-residents cannot buy NZ houses or residential land, without OIO permission.
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