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Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article explores the causes & consequences of insurance fraud.
DLA Piper UK LLP
The Crimes Act 1961 (CA) is the key piece of legislation governing bribery in New Zealand. Part 6 of the CA (ss 99 – 106) deals with bribery and corruption in respect of public sector corruption in New Zealand
DLA Piper UK LLP
The Crimes Act 1961 (CA) is the key piece of legislation governing bribery in New Zealand. Part 6 of the CA (ss 99 – 106)
DLA Piper UK LLP
The Crimes Act 1961 (CA) is the key piece of legislation governing bribery in New Zealand.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The High Court sent a strong message to directors against the dangers of companies continuing to trade whilst insolvent.
Crowe MacKay LLP
In New Zealand, prisons were made smoke-free in 2011, and nicotine-replacement-therapy lozenges are now offered to inmates with nicotine addictions.
Chapman Tripp
Bribing a public official is an offence, even if there is no specific intent to influence the official's decision-making.
Chapman Tripp
The bill has been split into 15 amendment Acts and will bring New Zealand into line with international conventions.
Chapman Tripp
A recent UK judgment may make it easier for victims of fraud to trace property through complex money laundering schemes.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
New Zealand, although devastatingly unsuccessful in the Cricket World Cup 2015 final, did hit match-fixing for six.
Chapman Tripp
This decision resolves a question which has been long-unsettled in UK law and brings the UK into line with New Zealand.
Chapman Tripp
The Billl will bring New Zealand into line with international convention.
Chapman Tripp
The case sheds light on how NZ courts could interpret market manipulation prohibitions as they apply to on-market trades.
Chapman Tripp
Companies operating offshore are subject to not only NZ bribery and corruption laws, but also those of other countries.
Chapman Tripp
Agencies affected by the Anti Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act (AML/CFTA) will be given new powers for the performance of customer due diligence in the Identity Information Confirmation Bill now before Parliament.
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