New Zealand Law Society v Dorbu

CourtLawyers and Conveyancers’ Disciplinary Tribunal
Neutral Citation[2011] NZLCDT 24
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4 cases
  • Deliu v Hong & Another
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 17 March 2015
    ...9 10 11 12 Re Bell [2005] QCA151. Waikato Bay of Plenty Standards Committee v Parlane [2010] NZLCDT 8. New Zealand Law Society v Dorbu [2011] NZLCDT 24. Tribunal decision at The Tribunal erred in law in finding that Mr Hong’s communications were unconnected with the provision of regulated s......
  • Reserved Decision of New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal
    • New Zealand
    • Lawyers and Conveyancers’ Disciplinary Tribunal
    • 21 February 2013
    ...27 Waikato Bay of Plenty Standards Committee v Parlane [2010] NZLCDT 8 . 28 Ibid, at [85] and [92]. 29 New Zealand Law Society v Dorbu [2011] NZLCDT 24 30 Ibid, at [35] and [36]. 31 n 1 above. ...
  • Legal Complaints Review Officer v Hong
    • New Zealand
    • Lawyers and Conveyancers’ Disciplinary Tribunal
    • 19 August 2015
    ...J in the Judicial Review Proceedings, see note 2. 26 See note 6 at paragraph [157]. 27 At [161]. 28New Zealand Law Society v Dorbu [2011] NZLCDT 24 at 29Lawyers' Professional Responsibility v Dal Pont 5th ed. 30 This is a reference to the decision in Dore v Barreau du Quebec [2012] SCC 12 a......
  • Legal Complaints Review Officer v Hong
    • New Zealand
    • Lawyers and Conveyancers’ Disciplinary Tribunal
    • 19 August 2015
    ...taken cumulatively, there is no doubt that the conduct 26 See note 6 at paragraph [157]. At [161]. 28 New Zealand Law Society v Dorbu [2011] NZLCDT 24 at Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility v Dal Pont 5 ed. 30 This is a reference to the decision in Dore v Barreau du Quebec [2012] SCC 12 at......

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