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We produce a range of articles, legal publications and resources on a wide range of legal subjects and hot topics critical to our clients needs. These include briefings on key legal issues, newsletters on practice areas and industry developments via the below headings.

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The recent New Zealand Aerospace Summit left me feeling like the NZ aerospace sector has reached a watershed moment. It is clear that NZ is home to a group of genuinely world-class innovators ready to deliver ground-breaking solutions. However, to fully deliver on this potential they need More »
Design registrations are ‘lesser known’ intellectual property (IP) rights compared to some of the others, but they are incredibly valuable and can be worthwhile obtaining if you meet the requirements under the New Zealand Designs Act 1953 ('the Act '). This article explores the More »
The Charities Amendment Bill (Bill)—that amends the Charities Act 2005 to modernise the legislation for the purpose of increasing transparency for the public, improving access to justice services, and reducing the burden on smaller charities—was introduced on 21 September 2022 and had More »
The Government has released a National Policy Statement for Highly Productive Land ( NPS-HPL ), which will come into force on 17 October 2022. The NPS-HPL’s objective is to enhance protections for New Zealand’s most productive land, providing security for both domestic food supply and More »
The Government has proposed that ‘build-to-rent’ investors will get an exemption from the interest deductibility limitation rules provided they meet certain conditions. The current interest limitation rules were introduced by the Government in March 2021. To ensure continued investment More »
From 16 September until 8 October 2022, New Zealanders will head to the polls to cast their votes at the 2022 Local Elections. The key difference this year is local elections will no longer include District Health Board elections, with these having been replaced by Health New Zealand. In the lead More »
With school board elections being held, members of school boards are turning their minds to how they can ensure good governance at their school with potentially new members. Establishing a Code of Conduct and succession planning will help to ensure consistent and effective governance. Why it More »
Law Commission recommends formal frameworks for class actions and litigation funding A roadmap for the courts and parties regarding class actions and litigation funding in Aotearoa | New Zealand now appears much closer. Following an extensive two-year consultation period, the Law Commission has More »

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