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Your business brand – a steal?
Whether you run a small local business or a large multi-national organisation, your brand may be your most important asset.
New Zealand
3 Oct 2019
Social media trolling: employer responsibilities
Employers should provide guidelines and training to ensure that employees can respond to all consumers, including trolls.
New Zealand
24 Jul 2019
Would you rather give up your password or pay $5000? A review of the Customs and Excise Act 2018
The Customs and Excise Act 2018 permits a customs officer to require you to provide access to your electronic device.
New Zealand
16 Nov 2018
Risks arising from the use of electronic mail (email)
Employers and employees need to be vigilant in a number of areas, to manage the risks arising from email communication.
New Zealand
9 Nov 2018
The easy allegation that is hard to prove: appealing selection decisions in sport affected by bias
This article looks at allegations of bias from the New Zealand Sports Tribunal and the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
New Zealand
17 Mar 2018
Eight miles too far? - Publishers of Eminem sue NZ National Party
The National Party's use of the track Eminem Esque, in its 2014 election campaign, was held to be copyright infringement.
New Zealand
30 Oct 2017
Legal dos and donts when hiring a new employee
This article helps with the recruitment process – from advertising the role to offering employment to the top candidate.
New Zealand
20 Oct 2017
Covert recordings by employees as evidence
This article in Law Talk looks at the admissibility of covert audio recordings as evidence in an employment dispute.
New Zealand
28 Mar 2017
Injured player decides to sue – the right thing to do?
It is becoming more and more common that dangerous play is not being tolerated and will be met with severe penalties.
New Zealand
22 Mar 2017
Scope widened on National Environmental Standards for Telecommunication Facilities
The NESTF 2016 replaced NESTF 2008 and is another example of greater national direction on resource management matters.
New Zealand
21 Mar 2017
The dry side of the paddle: The importance for athletes and sports bodies to understand selection policies
Sports bodies, athletes,and members of sports bodies should pay careful attention to selection criteria and procedures.
New Zealand
14 Sep 2015
Hitting cricket match fixing for 6
New Zealand, although devastatingly unsuccessful in the Cricket World Cup 2015 final, did hit match-fixing for six.
New Zealand
9 Sep 2015
.nz Domain Names: Preferential Registration Expires on 30 March 2015
You can now register domain names in New Zealand without second level domains.
New Zealand
8 Mar 2015
The Hobbit: an unexpected lawsuit - breach of contract?
A contract should provide intended benefits and consider how it may operate if the parties' factual assumptions change.
New Zealand
17 Jan 2014
Passing off as Rihanna
This decision was the first in England where a famous personality won a passing off case based on an image on clothing.
New Zealand
22 Nov 2013
Name Suppression And Presumption Of Innocence
In its report Delivering Justice for All - A Vision for New Zealand Courts and Tribunals (NZLC R85, Wgtn.,.2004) the Law Commission addresses the issue of name suppression in the criminal courts, and recommends changes.
New Zealand
11 May 2007
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