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  • Preparing for the Insolvency Practitioners Regulation Act 2019

    With just three months until the Insolvency Practitioners Regulation Act 2019 (IPRA) changes come in, what should you be doing to prepare? With the IPRA fast approaching, we set out what insolvency practitioners should be doing to prepare for the changes.

  • Preparing for the IPRA

    With just three months until the Insolvency Practitioners Regulation Act 2019 (IPRA) changes come in, what should you be doing to prepare? With the IPRA fast approaching, we set out what insolvency practitioners should be doing to prepare for the changes.

  • Update for employers on Government Covid-19 package

    The Government announcement yesterday introduces some important new factors that, for any reorganisation process to be fair, will need to be factored into decision making around potential cost-saving proposals. First, and most directly, the wage subsidy scheme may provide an alternative option to avoid redundancies. Secondly, there are measures to help businesses economically, and thirdly, there...

  • The effect of COVID-19 on your business (New Zealand)

    With a recession now inevitable, many New Zealand businesses will want to know what they should do to protect their interests in a distressed business environment.

  • COVID-19 and contractual obligations (New Zealand)

    COVID-19’s effects are having a significant impact on the global economy and are likely to cause considerable disruption to commercial activities. As a result, many New Zealand companies are bracing for major changes to what was only a few weeks ago considered “business as usual”.

  • Consumer credit update

    Hot on the heels of the Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Act (the Amendment Act) being passed into law on 19 December 2019, the consumer credit law reform programme has not lost any of its momentum in 2020.

  • Consumer credit update

    Hot on the heels of the Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Act (the Amendment Act) being passed into law on 19 December 2019, the consumer credit law reform programme has not lost any of its momentum in 2020.

  • COVID-19 – Implications for real estate deals (New Zealand)

    The question is not if COVID-19 has the potential to alter legal agreements relating to property, but how. Can you cancel or terminate your lease or agreement for sale and purchase? Is this a force majeure event? Who takes the risk on time or cost? Supply chains are at risk, the wider tourism and recreation sector looks vulnerable as travel restrictions remain in place and the likelihood of...

  • What employers should bear in mind when navigating Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

    The novel coronavirus outbreak was first alerted to the World Health Organisation (WHO) by Chinese authorities on 31 December 2019 and has rapidly spread across the world. New Zealand now has its second confirmed case. COVID-19’s effects are already being felt across the economy, and businesses have a range of concerns to address as they plan for its impact. This includes managing the risk at...

  • Financial Law Insight - Financial Markets Consultation Tsunami to Herald in the New Year

    2020 has started off with a hiss and a roar on the regulatory reform consultation front, with a Review of the Financial Markets Authority Funding and Levy settings released at the end of January and the Financial Market Infrastructures Bill and the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill both having their first readings in Parliament on 12 February. In the background, we also...

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