Find out how new financial advice laws will boost accountability – and impact your business
Changes to the Overseas Investment Amendment Act 2018 have shaken up the investment climate for overseas investors in New Zealand’s residential property market
This special report explores the disruptions and opportunities most affecting New Zealand’s legal businesses in the short- to medium-term
The Reserve Bank in its most recent Financial Stability Report warned that the “increasingly stretched Auckland market is at risk of a damaging correction, especially if economic conditions deteriorate. House prices now exceed nine times gross income in Auckland, placing it among the most expensive cities in the world”. But how is the situation impacting Auckland’s legal industry? Sasha Borissenko reports.
The High Court's recent decision in The Hibernian Catholic Benefit Society v Hagai has added to the vexed question of the respective jurisdictions of the High Court and the Employment Relations Authority. Russell McVeagh senior associate, Kylie Dunn, investigates
Quayside Chambers media-law barrister, Ali Romanos, argues England's new defamation provisions provide an (almost) ideal template for New Zealand
Thomas Harré from the Legal Team at Slave Free Seas takes a look at recent case history surrounding human trafficking in New Zealand
The Court of Appeal has held that Earthquake Commission payments were to be deducted from the sum insured payable for damage to apartment buildings under an insurance policy