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... Read More
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... Read More
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... Read More
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... Read More
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... Read More
20th November 2017
It’s clear there will be significant changes to New Zealand’s immigration policies under the new Government. It is unclear whether the employer... Read More
20th November 2017
Our recent Invercargill office Mufti Day raised cash and collected a large amount of pet food for the SPCA. The SPCA is a charity that helps protect... Read More
6th November 2017
Many of our rural clients rely on seasonal workers over this busy Spring period. In the lead-up to Spring we prepare a lot of employment agreements... Read More
24th October 2017
Have you updated an app on your phone recently? Did you read the terms and conditions before clicking “I accept”? We probably all do it from time to... Read More
11th October 2017
The Resource Management (National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry) Regulations 2017 (“NES”) will come into force on 1 May 2018. The... Read More