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Published three times a year. Fineprint is NZ LAW's flagship publication with wide-ranging articles.

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Commercial eSpeaking

Covering in-depth business law issues, this newsletter is distributed three times a year to member firms' commercial clients.

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Trust eSpeaking

Published two times a year. Covers stories of interest to trustees and professionals advising on asset protection and trusts.

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Property Speaking

Published three times a year. Keeping property investors and owners abreast of current property issues.

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Rural eSpeaking

Covers stories of interest to farmers and those working in the rural sector, in matters relating to New Zealand's heartland.

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Articles

Published 25th May 2016 by Peter Brown, Horsley Christie

Sometimes you do

Published 25th May 2016 by Richard Rodden, Lowndes Jordan

Lacoste recently successfully defended its rights in the Court of Appeal[¹] to its trade mark which depicts both a crocodile and the word ‘crocodile’ (mark 70068) despite it never actually...

Published 25th May 2016 by Olivia Porter, Lowndes Jordan

In April 2016, the Prime Minister announced a package of proposals to simplify business tax, many of which will benefit small and medium-sized businesses.

Published 25th May 2016 by Andrew Wallace, Lowndes Jordan

Attempt to structure around the Overseas Investment Act proves costly

Published 2nd February 2016 by Lowndes Jordan

As noted in last year’s Spring edition, the government has introduced the Employment Standards Legislation Bill to Parliament.

Published 2nd February 2016 by Lowndes Jordan

The Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 is in the process of completely overhauling New Zealand’s financial markets laws.

Published 2nd February 2016 by Lowndes Jordan

There are more than 23,500 incorporated societies in New Zealand that are currently governed by the Incorporated Societies Act 1908.

Published 1st February 2016 by Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers

The Fences & Kerbs case may help you

Published 1st February 2016 by Hamish Davies, Corcoran French

Significant changes for organisations with volunteers

Published 11th December 2015 by Neil Dent, Gifford Devine

Forgetting the details can have significant consequences