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Enhancements To New Zealand's Research And Development Tax Incentive Scheme
The proposed changes will greatly benefit both larger and smaller businesses that are performing research and development activities in New Zealand.
New Zealand
17 Oct 2018
2
Mental health and well-being of employees – do employers have a duty of care?
Employers need to address and manage workplace stress, bullying and harassment in order to avoid trouble.
New Zealand
17 Oct 2018
3
Claims on death by estranged children
Recent case highlights the obligation to recognise children and outlines the effects of estrangement on any entitlement.
New Zealand
17 Oct 2018
4
Insurance fraud – recovery of exemplary damages - UK case
There seems no reason why NZ courts would not take a similar approach to the United Kingdom for serious insurance fraud.
New Zealand
12 Oct 2018
5
Resolving a steely question – Minister required to take another look at China steel subsidies
This Brief Counsel summarises the NZ Steel decision and looks at implications for New Zealand's trade remedies regime.
New Zealand
12 Oct 2018
6
#metoo movement of sexual harassment
The Ministry (MBIE) has set up a register to record allegations of sexual harassment or misconduct in the workplace.
New Zealand
12 Oct 2018
7
The future of tax – what can we look forward to?
The Tax Working Group's interim report discusses its review of the structure, fairness and balance of the NZ tax system.
New Zealand
11 Oct 2018
8
Defective earthquake repairs: successful appeal of Robin v IAG: joinder of parties to the proceeding
The case confirmed the underlying rule of joinder of parties as the "pragmatism of avoiding a multiplicity of hearings".
New Zealand
10 Oct 2018
9
Australian Banking Royal Commission: interim report: one step closer to judgement day
This Brief Counsel is the first in a series on the report and is an overview of the report's structure and content.
New Zealand
10 Oct 2018
10
Further changes to the management of freshwater in NZ
What you need to know about 3 key changes signalled by the government in relation to the plan to tackle water quality issues.
New Zealand
9 Oct 2018
11
Confirmed increases to visa application fees
Article details the increases to visa application fees, lists those who will be impacted and provides advice.
New Zealand
9 Oct 2018
12
Voidability of third-party payments in insolvency
In certain circumstances, insolvent transactions can be voidable under ss 292–296 of the Companies Act 1993 (NZ).
New Zealand
5 Oct 2018
13
Te Pūrongo Ture
Newsletter which includes a discussion of a landmark case that will reshape the way government deals with iwi interests.
New Zealand
3 Oct 2018
14
Update: integrity of set-off rights restored
The 2017 WA decision which overturned the view that set-off is effective against a receiver was successfully appealed.
New Zealand
1 Oct 2018
15
The neighbourly bane of boundary trees blocking light: what can you do?
Each case is inherently fact-specific so a rigorous assessment should be undertaken prior to launching legal proceedings.
New Zealand
1 Oct 2018
16
Insurance and RMA offences
Businesses exposed to environmental risks know the importance of public liability and statutory liability insurance cover.
New Zealand
27 Sep 2018
17
Australian High Court endorses the use of holding deeds of company arrangement
Recent Australian decision regarding DOCAs will influence NZ voluntary administration regime.
New Zealand
26 Sep 2018
18
Is it time to review your employment agreements?
If your business is considering changes, then you should look at employment agreements and any review or change clauses.
New Zealand
21 Sep 2018
19
Supreme Court decision will reshape how the Government deals with iwi interests
It remains to be seen how the Crown responds to this judgment but the threat of judicial review by iwi will be a concern.
New Zealand
21 Sep 2018
20
Landmark case will reshape way Government deals with iwi land interests
Governments and the Waitangi Tribunal may have to consider iwi and hapu rights when making decisions affecting Maori.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2018
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