Published 14th August 2018 by Scott Chamberlain, Connect Legal Taranaki
When setting a fee we need to consider many things but, ultimately, the fee we charge to you must be fair and reasonable – for us both.
Published 8th May 2018 by Hamish Kennedy, Knapps Lawyers
As you will no doubt be aware, from 1 July 2018 all law firms will be subject to the requirements of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism Act...
Published 5th April 2018 by Neil Dent, Gifford Devine
Rural businesses are no different from any other producers in the market in the sense that the ultimate fruits of their labours are, at some point, sold to a third...
Published 9th May 2017 by Fiona Mathieson, Boyle Mathieson
Becoming an Airbnb host sounds like the perfect way to fund some overseas travel for yourself and rent out your home while you are away.
Published 18th April 2017 by Bushra Rachid , Boyle Mathieson
If you have a claim of up to $15,000 – the Disputes Tribunal provides a simple, cost-effective way of dealing with civil disputes.
Published 28th August 2015 by Neil Dent, Gifford Devine
On 24 July, the Transport and Industrial Relations Select Committee reported back to Parliament on the Health and Safety Reform Bill.
Published 12th August 2015 by Catherine Jones, Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers
Obligations of both landlords and tenants
Published 15th June 2015 by Hamish Davies, Corcoran French
Despite a post-quake construction boom in Christchurch, an unprecedented number of building firms are going bust.
Published 15th June 2015 by Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers
This year’s Budget, delivered on 21 May, contained few surprises and, generally speaking, little of significance for business.