Losing control?
Losing control?
11 September 2017 | By  Joshua Woo
Losing control?
Losing control?
11 September 2017 | By  Joshua Woo
Lowdown - Winter 2017
Lowdown - Winter 2017
07 August 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan
How (not) to draft an indemnity clause
How (not) to draft an indemnity clause
02 August 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan  | Joshua Woo
Relevance of pre-contractual negotiations in contractual interpretation
Relevance of pre-contractual negotiations in contractual interpretation
02 August 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan  | Tom Pasley
A social media law conversation
A social media law conversation
26 July 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan  | Rick Shera
A social media law conversation
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Changes to Commerce Act 1986 seek to enhance competition
Changes to Commerce Act 1986 seek to enhance competition
05 July 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan  | Tom Pasley
Lowdown - Autumn 2017
Lowdown - Autumn 2017
01 June 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan
Welcome to the 2017 Autumn edition of Lowdown.
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No Right to be Forgotten under Harmful Digital Communications Act
No Right to be Forgotten under Harmful Digital Communications Act
27 February 2017 | By  Rick Shera
On the basis of this decision, it appears that the fears of some that the HDC Act would be used to chill free speech are not being borne out, and those seeking to expunge unhelpful past history from their online record in New Zealand will have to find another route ...
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OIO changes streamline the investing and consenting processes
OIO changes streamline the investing and consenting processes
22 February 2017 | By  Andrew Wallace
The Overseas Investment Office has recently announced five new class exemptions and some other changes to the way it goes about its business.
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Dotcom Decision: Some Initial Observations
Dotcom Decision: Some Initial Observations
21 February 2017 | By  Rick Shera
These are just some initial thoughts, but it is clear that no matter what happens on appeal, this case will have signification ramifications in both the copyright and criminal law spheres ...
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Limited partnerships become popular
Limited partnerships become popular
20 February 2017 | By  Abbey James
A flexible and convenient option, limited partnerships are an increasingly popular business structure for venture capital and private equity firms looking to enter the New Zealand market.
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Rubbing Salt in the Cox Wound
Rubbing Salt in the Cox Wound
16 February 2017 | By  Rick Shera
Having been slammed in 2016 with a USD25 million damages award by a US jury, Cox Communications has now had USD8 million costs award made against it in the case ...
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First Major Harmful Digital Communications Act case to be appealed
First Major Harmful Digital Communications Act case to be appealed
31 January 2017 | By  Rick Shera
It will be interesting to see whether the High Court on appeal can overcome the lack of evidence that saw a revenge porn victim's Harmful Digital Communications Act case rejected in the District Court ...
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