Deemed director liability and the way to minimise your risk
Deemed director liability and the way to minimise your risk
25 September 2013 | By  Andrew Wallace
A recent High Court decision is a useful reminder that directors’ duties and potential liabilities don’t only apply to named directors. An awareness of these rules can go a long way to minimise the risk of you or your organisation being exposed to deemed director liability. Read More →
Deemed director liability and the way to minimise your risk
Deemed director liability and the way to minimise your risk
25 September 2013 | By  Andrew Wallace
A recent High Court decision is a useful reminder that directors’ duties and potential liabilities don’t only apply to named directors. An awareness of these rules can go a long way to minimise the risk of you or your organisation being exposed to deemed director liability.
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Review of Civil Aviation Act 1990
Review of Civil Aviation Act 1990
18 September 2013 | By  Karl Stolberger  | Barbara Versfelt
The Ministry of Transport has commenced the review of the Civil Aviation Act 1990...
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Health and Safety Law Reform Announced
Health and Safety Law Reform Announced
17 September 2013 | By  Barbara Versfelt
On 7 August 2013, the Minister of Labour announced significant reform to the Health and Safety legislation...
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Cross Border Insolvency and Ship Arrest
Cross Border Insolvency and Ship Arrest
10 September 2013 | By  Barbara Versfelt
New Zealand has implemented the United Nations Model Law on Cross Border Insolvency (Model Law) in the Insolvency (Cross Border) Act 2006 (Act). Under the Act, foreign insolvency administrators may apply to the New Zealand Courts for recognition of insolvency proceedings commenced overseas...
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Supplier’s Guarantee ‘As to Delivery’ of Consumer Goods
Supplier’s Guarantee ‘As to Delivery’ of Consumer Goods
06 September 2013 | By  Barbara Versfelt
The Consumer Law Reform Bill (Bill) proposes to amend the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 (CGA) by introducing an additional supplier’s guarantee ‘as to delivery’ in Part I of the CGA...
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Blurring the copyright lines
Blurring the copyright lines
02 September 2013 | By  Rick Shera
A group of Auckland Law School students - Adelaide Dunn, Olivia Lubbock and Zoe Ellwood - have created an excellent parody of the Robin Thicke Blurred Lines video but is it legal? ...
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