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Insurers advised to look to Contract & Commercial Law Act when addressing fraudulent claims.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
A probationary period enables an employer to assess the suitability of an employee in skills, diligence and personality.
Duncan Cotterill
While not codifying trust law, the Trusts Bill will clarify the rights and obligations of everyone involved in a trust.
Duncan Cotterill
We recommend employers check their current practices, procedures and policies to ensure compliance with these changes.
Duncan Cotterill
MBIE has released an Options Paper, setting out options being considered for three key areas of insurance contract law.
Duncan Cotterill
The Union successfully argued that the wording of the collective agreement included an unlawful 'availability provision'.
Duncan Cotterill
Contracting parties should be mindful of all their interests and avoid clauses which are punitive rather than protective.
Cavell Leitch
Regularly updating skill shortage lists ensures immigration policies are adaptable to changing labour market conditions.
Cavell Leitch
This Employment Court decision issued a reminder about availability provisions and traditional overtime requirements.
Cavell Leitch
Doubling the jurisdiction of the Disputes Tribunal makes it a more viable and attractive option to resolve many disputes.
Kensington Swan
Who owns copyright depends on the circumstances surrounding the creation of the copyright work.
Bell Gully
This article is aimed at online news aggregators, but is likely to have a much wider reach.
Spruson & Ferguson
This article discusses upcoming changes, and differences between earlier proposed fees and those approved by government.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article provides key questions for companies to address in their Privacy Policies in order to comply with new laws.
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses 3 key outcomes for the industry and the 5 different sections of changes proposed to achieve these outcomes.
Cavell Leitch
The article sets out a few scenarios where a tenant is required to maintain and repair premises under a commercial lease.
Cavell Leitch
When you consider any building project, you should think about what security you are going to require from the builder.
Duncan Cotterill
These changes could be significant for companies and organisations that use labour hire companies or temporary workers.
Duncan Cotterill
Employers should check procedures and policies to ensure they are prepared for these upcoming changes to take effect.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Understand the full range of capital raising options available and choose the option which optimises cash and value.
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Cavell Leitch
This immigration update provides a brief overview of key proposed changes to the employer-assisted work visa framework.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Understand the full range of capital raising options available and choose the option which optimises cash and value.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Timely reminder to reporting entities about the risks associated with failing to comply with the AML & CFT regime.
Duncan Cotterill
These issues may not be relevant for all charities, but they should be considerations for most established charities.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The High Court sent a strong message to directors against the dangers of companies continuing to trade whilst insolvent.
Duncan Cotterill
2019 is seeing major changes proposed by the Government to affect the six most commonly utilised work visa categories.
Cavell Leitch
INZ typically experience high numbers of visa applications and temporary processing backlogs, during the summer months.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article provides key questions for companies to address in their Privacy Policies in order to comply with new laws.
Cavell Leitch
When you consider any building project, you should think about what security you are going to require from the builder.
Duncan Cotterill
Submissions on possible reforms in the "Modernising the Charities Act 2005" discussion document close on 31 May 2019.
Duncan Cotterill
Employers should check procedures and policies to ensure they are prepared for these upcoming changes to take effect.
Cavell Leitch
Companies with more than 20 staff can no longer rely on a 90 day trial period clause but may consider a probationary period.
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