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Monday 22 September 2014

Shifting the burden: the Supreme Court rules on assigning contracts

When can you transfer contractual rights and obligations to someone else? The Supreme Court has changed the rules in Savvy Vineyards v Karaka Estate, a decision concerning a vineyard owned by Karaka Estate in the Wairau Valley near Blenheim.
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Friday 19 September 2014

Earning Gold Stars – The Introduction of the Voluntary Health Star Rating Scheme

On 27 June 2014 the Minister for Food Safety announced that the Government would be joining with Australia in introducing a voluntary labelling system to show the nutritional value of food products.
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Tuesday 9 September 2014

Selective disclosure by listed issuers: recent “best practice” developments

The recent Newcrest decision is a timely reminder for listed issuers to take particular care in the selective disclosure of information, particularly in the context of “ordinary course” briefings to analysts and institutional investors.
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Thursday 4 September 2014

Financial Services Quarterly

Spring 2014 issue of Financial Services Quarterly, a review of current legal issues in the financial sector.
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Thursday 4 September 2014

New Supreme Court insurance case cuts a middle ground

What cover is there under a material damage policy if the insured property is damaged on more than one occasion during the policy period?
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