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By Amanda Douglas, Jack Stringer
The changes will have significance for all employers, so they should review employment agreements to ensure compliance.
By Bethany Entwistle
Privacy breaches must now be reported as soon as possible to the NZ Privacy Commissioner and to any affected individuals.
By Josh Taylor
The decision confirmed the inadequacy of the retention regime for subcontractors in the Construction Contracts Act 2002.
By Tiana Ritchie, James Anson-Holland
This Issues Paper provides recommendations intended to ensure a just division of property at the end of relationships.
By Anthony Drake
Employers should be very clear in any communications with staff about behavioural expectations at the Christmas party.
By Josh Taylor
Deposits or security payments due under a construction contract can be validly claimed in a payment claim under the Act.
By Bethany Entwistle
The Customs and Excise Act 2018 permits a customs officer to require you to provide access to your electronic device.
By Jack Stringer
Timely reminder to reporting entities about the risks associated with failing to comply with the AML & CFT regime.
By Anthony Drake
Employers and employees need to be vigilant in a number of areas, to manage the risks arising from email communication.
By Amanda Douglas
Article discusses the restructuring process - the benefits and the processes required.
By Stephanie Woods
There seems no reason why NZ courts would not take a similar approach to the United Kingdom for serious insurance fraud.
By Bethany Entwistle
The case confirmed the underlying rule of joinder of parties as the "pragmatism of avoiding a multiplicity of hearings".
By Imogen Edwards, Kate Woods
What you need to know about 3 key changes signalled by the government in relation to the plan to tackle water quality issues.
By Shane Campbell, Jordan Halligan
In certain circumstances, insolvent transactions can be voidable under ss 292–296 of the Companies Act 1993 (NZ).
By Shane Campbell, Jack Stringer
Each case is inherently fact-specific so a rigorous assessment should be undertaken prior to launching legal proceedings.
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