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Chapman Tripp
The Financial Markets Authority has refreshed its foundation Strategic Risk Outlook (SRO), published in 2015.
Chapman Tripp
All financial advisers, brokers, QFEs, and financial service providers should review this Bill to identify any issues.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
Manuka honey has seen great success both domestically in New Zealand and as an export product. With this success, topical legal issues have arisen.
Chapman Tripp
The number of NZX Main Board issuers in 2016 is likely to continue to decline in 2017, often as a result of takeovers.
Cavell Leitch
This article summarises the impact of the new laws on the owners and occupiers of commercial and residential properties.
Cavell Leitch
From 16 March 2017, enduring powers of attorney (EPAs) must be on a new form to make them easier to make and understand.
Cavell Leitch
Failure to make proper provision in your Will could result in a claim being brought against your estate by that child.
Cavell Leitch
Employees taking excessive amounts of sick leave over and above the statutory entitlements can cause numerous problems.
Cavell Leitch
The review is to ensure that the law for unit titles is "functioning well and is fit for purpose in a growing market".
Chapman Tripp
The Guide identifies a set of customer-focused expectations for the leaders of licensed financial service providers.
Cavell Leitch
Do-it-yourself Will kits may seem easy, but there are many pitfalls when making a Will which could make yours invalid.
Duncan Cotterill
New class exemptions to the Overseas Investment Act 2005 have been introduced and came into force on 1 February 2017.
Duncan Cotterill
The Act allows the parties to the construction contract to agree on express terms for payment of the construction work.
Gryphon Management Consultants
Organisational leadership should be three-dimensional - there are three teams that make up the trinity of leadership.
Gryphon Management Consultants
This is a review of a number of recent cases involving corporates caught in what may be described as corrupt behaviour.
Chapman Tripp
NZX published five "practice notes" for user-friendly advice on common questions raised by issuers and their advisors.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry of Justice has sought feedback on a draft Trusts Bill, as part of a move to update the law for NZ trusts.
Gryphon Management Consultants
The culture and behavioural governance of the board and executive may often be at the nexus of organisational failure.
Jones Day
Having determined that the proposed merger could substantially lessen competition, it was for the Commission to then assess the public benefits and detriments that the merger would deliver.
TMF Group
The new disclosure requirements for New Zealand (NZ) foreign trusts will come into effect on 30 June 2017 for existing foreign trusts.
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New Zealand's economy has gone from being one of the most regulated in the OECD to one of the least regulated.
Vivier and Co
New Zealand's economic success story offers investors peace of mind, knowing that they can invest safely and confidently.
Cavell Leitch
Keeping on top of anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism obligations.
Buddle Findlay
This Court of Appeal decision should be welcomed by all NZ public sector agencies conducting procurements.
Cavell Leitch
A few changes to Santa's employment agreements, and a clear health and safety direction are now necessary in New Zealand.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Concerns have been raised regarding violations of privacy and dangers that flying objects pose to people and property.
Cavell Leitch
There are various avenues available to you to assist in reaching an agreement or resolution.
Chapman Tripp
MBIE is proposing law changes after the Court ruled that KiwiSaver funds are beyond the reach of the Official Assignee.
TMF Group
The new disclosure requirements for New Zealand (NZ) foreign trusts will come into effect on 30 June 2017 for existing foreign trusts.
Jones Day
Having determined that the proposed merger could substantially lessen competition, it was for the Commission to then assess the public benefits and detriments that the merger would deliver.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Parents or family members often assist prospective buyers just under a 10% or 20% deposit by lending them the money.
Duncan Cotterill
This earthquake judgment considers issues such as construction methods, exemplary damages and the duty of good faith.
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