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Defamation risk raised for publishers?
The embedding of the public interest defence to defamation claims may have raised the bar for publishers to defend.
New Zealand
14 Mar 2019
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In-house counsel and litigation cost recovery
This decision was a significant departure from current authority and could carry large implications for in-house counsel.
New Zealand
14 Sep 2018
3
New public interest defence to defamation claims
The decision to introduce a public interest defence to defamation claims has significant implications for NZ journalism.
New Zealand
4 Aug 2018
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Directors private information safe from liquidators
Liquidators cannot examine directors to obtain private financial information to judge their worth as prospective defendants.
New Zealand
5 Dec 2017
5
Choice of Law Bill passes third reading
NZ courts must now apply the law of the jurisdiction in which the events constituting the tort occurred (with some exceptions).
New Zealand
5 Dec 2017
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Have set-off rights been restricted by the PPSA without anyone noticing?
This WA decision may have overturned the hitherto accepted view that set-off remains effective against a receiver.
New Zealand
13 Oct 2017
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Voidable transactions and Ponzi schemes – the Supreme Court ruling
The Supreme Court considered claw back claims under the voidable transactions regime in the context of Ponzi schemes.
New Zealand
10 Jul 2017
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Mountaineers knee – object lesson in negligence law
The negligence claimant must also show that the loss suffered was within the scope of the defendant's duty.
New Zealand
24 Apr 2017
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Dispute resolution in New Zealand – trends and insights in 2017
NZ businesses should be able to anticipate and have plans ready to resolve potential disputes, whatever the cause.
New Zealand
5 Apr 2017
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Make-over for NZ court system imminent
The judicature modernisation reforms are the most significant revamp of the court system since the Judicature Act 1908.
New Zealand
27 Oct 2016
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A timely reminder on litigation disclosure requirements
The case is a timely reminder of the importance of properly locating and disclosing all relevant documents in litigation.
New Zealand
5 Jul 2016
12
Apparent judicial bias - a hard argument to win?
The UK decision confirms the NZ approach but also reflects a reluctance to uphold allegations of apparent judicial bias.
New Zealand
29 Jun 2016
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Sherlock Holmes theory of causation not always correct
These cases reiterate that causation is an intensely factual inquiry, in which simplifications are unlikely to succeed.
New Zealand
21 Jul 2015
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Supreme Court supports arbitration agreements
The Supreme Court ruled that parties cannot avoid promises to arbitrate by seeking High Court summary judgment instead.
New Zealand
23 Jan 2015
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Bound to be friendly – enforcing tiered dispute resolution clauses
Parties who require good faith negotiation or mediation as preliminary steps, should express those steps specifically.
New Zealand
6 Nov 2014
16
Confidentiality agreements and mediation – Canada lights the way?
Analysis of a recent decision from the Supreme Court of Canada on a confidentiality clause in a mediation agreement.
New Zealand
15 Jul 2014
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Arbitration agreement set aside, when parties provided for non-existent appeal rights
The main lesson from the case was that parties must draft and agree to a valid arbitration agreement from the outset,
New Zealand
29 Jun 2014
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Law to give NZ court procedures a modern make-over
Court processes will be streamlined and modernised, including the use of electronic technology, through new legislation.
New Zealand
4 Dec 2013
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Litigation funding agreements – in from the cold?
Third-party funding agreements, an established part of civil litigation overseas, are becoming more common in New Zealand.
New Zealand
25 Sep 2013
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Due process needed in insolvent transaction recovery
The case notes that an order under s.295 of the Companies Act is required before a creditor is indebted to liquidators.
New Zealand
4 Jul 2013
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