“The committee has not decided its preferred option(s) and it may consider options to reduce the costs of bringing a matter to court that are not discussed in this paper. Submitters are encouraged to make any other proposal for rules reform that they consider would improve access to civil justice.”
New UK government must fix justice system says Law Society… McDonald’s multiyear litigation ends franchise model jeopardy… Government details first steps in New Zealand’s criminal justice reform
The government is taking a new direction in the reform, committing to “doing justice differently,” Justice Minister Andrew Little said. The new reports come after the government’s vow to properly consider proposals for justice reform.
Acting warrants announced for the District, Family, and Employment Courts Attorney-General David Parker has announced the following nine acting warrants for the District, Family, and Employment Courts
Although it’s not always possible to alter poor performance that’s been recorded, if your review cycle is soon due, there are things that you can do which will improve your chance of getting a raise. It’s not likely that your manager is going to come and offer you a raise, you will need to ask […]
The Waatea News website published an item on August 9, 2019 headlined “Hobson’s Pledge tries to roll Tauranga land return.” It reported historian Buddy Mikaere saying the local council needed to stand up to a campaign by Don Brash’s Hobson’s Pledge group trying to overturn a Tauranga City Council decision to return a block of land next to […]
Joining K3 Legal in 2015, Ding has worked across a variety of complex civil, commercial and family disputes, appearing in the District and High Courts – everything from murder trials and complex fraud to family-related issues has come under her purview at some point during her career. All of these experiences have led to a […]
The ASA’s complaints board said the advertisement was classified as GXC (General Except Children’s Programmes) and was screened within the constraints of its classification. The board agreed the zombie characters did not behave in an anti-social way and the setting was clearly fictitious and humorous. Therefore it ruled that it did not reach the threshold […]
New Zealand is part of FATF, which is an international body established in 1989 with the objective of setting standards and promoting effective implementation of legal, regulatory and operational measures for combating ML/TF and other related threats.
In newly released guidance as part of the BSB Handbook, the regulator said that barristers should remember that they are bound to never behave in a way that would likely diminish the trust and confidence of the public in barristers or the profession.
The regulations now prescribe an overall limit on the total of the New Zealand units available by auction the New Zealand units available by other means, and the approved overseas units available (new sections 30GA to 30GC and 30IA and clauses 4 and 15 of new Schedule 1AA and repeal of sections 178A and 178B).