Christchurch Solicitor Satirayan Ravichandiren is passionate about helping others. He currently works in immigration law for Lane Neave, the firm he first joined as a summer clerk in late 2018, before becoming a Law Clerk in November 2019.
The transaction involves Singapore Airlines’ issuance of 1.65% five-year convertible bonds that are listed on the Singapore Exchange. The bonds are valued at approximately US$635m. The firm claimed that the deal is also the biggest conversion premium achieved by an Asian airline issuer excluding Japan.
Law was ultimately the way to go, and she went on to serve a stint in leading firm Bell Gully. But in 2014, she made the switch from private practice to in-house, joining Air New Zealand. Today, she flourishes as the company’s legal consultant and senior workplace relations manager, where her star shone especially bright […]
There are a variety of ways in which you can meet your CPD requirements if you have not already done so, including any resources available online, and we encourage you to consider any appropriate activities that may be available prior to the deadline of 31 March. CPD activities are defined in Rule 3.1(b) of the […]
“NZSL is recognised as one of the three official languages of New Zealand under the act. However, only 0.5% (22,986 people) of the population use it, and therefore it is considered a threatened language,” said Chen Palmer managing partner Mai Chen, who also chairs the Superdiversity Institute. “The online publication will provide plain English, easy […]
The Rights for Victims of Insane Offenders Bill proposes changes to the formal finding of the court “to provide victims with the acknowledgment that the offender was proven to have acted grievously, even if they lacked the intent to be guilty of the action”. “The intent of the Bill is to place all victims on […]
“It was one of my colleagues here at Morrison Kent who volunteered me for the seminar. I clearly talk about probate far too much,” laughs Jenny. To be fair, within moments of speaking to Jenny her enthusiasm for probate shines through and is, quite frankly, infectious.
In a statement, Parker said the appointees replace sitting Judges who have reached retirement age and will take up their roles in March. The announcement follows the appointment of five judges in December to help deal with the impact of the COVID-19 lock down period on the court system, which is under significant caseload pressure.
Many local trusts are struggling with increasing compliance requirements, and the January 2021 changes to the Trusts Act will only exacerbate the issue. Kimberly Lawrence, Associate at Greg Kelly Law (specialists in trust law), says “It’s getting tougher to be a trustee. Risks are increasing, compliance costs and obligations are increasing, and it is expected […]
Attorney-General David Parker announced the appointment yesterday. In addition to serving at the Environment Court, Steven will also take up the gavel at the District Court in Christchurch. Steven’s practice focuses on resource management and local government/public law. She is an accredited independent commissioner for resource management proceedings.