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When is a full and final record of settlement not full and final?
9th July 2018
Many people assume when they have entered into a binding record of settlement to resolve an employment relationship problem, that will be an end of...
9th July 2018
New Zealand has passed a law called the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (we will call it the AML/CFT law). The...
Help Your key migrant employees apply for residency
9th April 2018
A successful business has loyal and hard-working employees. In many industries, skilled workers can be difficult to find and hard to hold onto –...
GODZone 100% Pure Racing
7th March 2018
GODZone is an annual, multiday, non-stop, expedition-style adventure race and is widely regarded around the world as the best adventure race! This...
Southern Field Days
19th February 2018
The Southern Field Days at Waimumu, just out of Gore, were on over 14-16 February. The event brings the latest in rural technology, equipment and...
Does my business really need written terms of trade?
12th February 2018
Many of us that purchase products or services online simply tick a box agreeing to the supplier’s terms of trade without reading them or giving them...
9th February 2018
Anne Henderson attended the Windsor Church on Friday 9 February to speak with the U3A Group about elder law issues. Anne is one of four speakers...
Not much wiggle room in a carefully drafted restraint of trade
18th December 2017
A restraint of trade provides important protection for the purchaser of business. But only if it is enforceable. In the recent decision of Feng v Liu...
Court of Appeal considers the contractual interpretation of “THE”
11th December 2017
The recent Court of Appeal decision in Hulbert Developments Limited v Tairua Marine Limited concerned a joint venture for a marina development. It...
Debt collection practices in the spotlight
4th December 2017
Debt collection agencies have come under scrutiny in the recent High Court decision of Security Systems Limited v Smart Controls Limited. The Court...
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