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By Mark Lawlor
These points examine the Israel Folau case from a NZ perspective- was the behaviour unacceptable if it was outside work?
By Aaron Sherriff
This Act aims to help Cantabrians resolve outstanding residential insurance claims from the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.
By Aaron Sherriff
Recent case considered the question of how much information must be provided to validly notify an insurance claim.
By Aaron Sherriff
Insurers advised to look to Contract & Commercial Law Act when addressing fraudulent claims.
By Ayleath Foote
While not codifying trust law, the Trusts Bill will clarify the rights and obligations of everyone involved in a trust.
By Brian Nathan
We recommend employers check their current practices, procedures and policies to ensure compliance with these changes.
By Aaron Sherriff
MBIE has released an Options Paper, setting out options being considered for three key areas of insurance contract law.
By Brian Nathan
The Union successfully argued that the wording of the collective agreement included an unlawful 'availability provision'.
By Aaron Sherriff
Contracting parties should be mindful of all their interests and avoid clauses which are punitive rather than protective.
By Aaron Sherriff
Article discusses 3 key outcomes for the industry and the 5 different sections of changes proposed to achieve these outcomes.
By Brian Nathan
These changes could be significant for companies and organisations that use labour hire companies or temporary workers.
By Brian Nathan
Employers should check procedures and policies to ensure they are prepared for these upcoming changes to take effect.
By Scott Moran
Submissions on possible reforms in the "Modernising the Charities Act 2005" discussion document close on 31 May 2019.
By Aaron Sherriff
These cases show that substantial discounts for mitigating factors can still be obtained in appropriate circumstances.
By Brian Nathan
The Court can order reparation for the deceased's loss of earnings to related persons who have suffered loss as a result.
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