NZ splits from UK on enforcement of foreign judgments
NZ splits from UK on enforcement of foreign judgments
31 August 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Edith Offner
In its recent decision Michael Wilson & Partners Ltd v Thomas Ian Sinclair [2016] NZCA 376 the New Zealand Court of Appeal has allowed the execution in New Zealand of a foreign costs judgment, despite ongoing litigation between the parties in other jurisdictions. Read More →
NZ splits from UK on enforcement of foreign judgments
NZ splits from UK on enforcement of foreign judgments
31 August 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Edith Offner
In its recent decision Michael Wilson & Partners Ltd v Thomas Ian Sinclair [2016] NZCA 376 the New Zealand Court of Appeal has allowed the execution in New Zealand of a foreign costs judgment, despite ongoing litigation between the parties in other jurisdictions.
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A tale of two courts, two countries and two ISPs: iiNet and Cox
A tale of two courts, two countries and two ISPs: iiNet and Cox
19 August 2016 | By  Rick Shera
It is unusual to get cases in different jurisdictions with such similar facts that they allow us to directly compare the application of law in those jurisdictions. For copyright geeks, the comparison between the US case BMG Rights Management (US) LLC v Cox Communications, Inc and the Australian case Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v iiNet Limited[1] is therefore something to be savoured...
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Hold-out creditor fails to block Solid Energy company arrangement
Hold-out creditor fails to block Solid Energy company arrangement
17 August 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Edith Offner
In a significant decision, the New Zealand High Court has rejected a minority hold-out creditor’s attempts to invalidate a voluntary deed of company arrangement for coal mining company Solid Energy New Zealand Limited pursuant to Part 15A of the New Zealand Companies Act 1993
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Of NARS and SNARS and copyright fair dealing
Of NARS and SNARS and copyright fair dealing
16 August 2016 | By  Rick Shera
In Sky Network Television Limited v Fairfax New Zealand Limited [2016] NZHC 1883 (12 August 2016), Justice Fogarty has found for the defendant, Fairfax, refusing SkyTV’s interim injunction application for copyright infringement.
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New 2016 SIAC Arbitration Rules address banking & finance industry needs
New 2016 SIAC Arbitration Rules address banking & finance industry needs
10 August 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Cecil Hanafin
The sixth iteration of the arbitration rules of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre came into force earlier this month
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