2 CPD Hours

Commercial Law Series: Tax Avoidance – Where Do You Draw the Line? (live stream)
Unlike other provisions in the Income Tax Act, the General Anti-Avoidance Provision (GAAP) is deliberately general. As a result, it is often a process of drawing a line in order to distinguish that between a permissible tax advantage that has been contemplated by Parliament and one which falls fowl of the legislature. This seminar will provide attendees with guidance in respect of the tax avoidance enquiry. Further details coming soon.

25 May 2017 - Your desk or your portable device Read more
2 CPD Hours

Lawyers for Subject Persons (in person)
Acting for Subject Persons is a fast growing area of law. This is the result of an aging population and the fact that a larger number of young people are requiring the assistance of lawyers. This seminar will cover a number of the central issues facing practitioners in this role including the crucial question of capacity, statutory duties, dealing with the Court, as well as some of the responsibilities of property managers and welfare guardians.

30 May 2017 - Auckland venue to be confirmed Read more
2 CPD Hours

Lawyers for Subject Persons (live stream)
Acting for Subject Persons is a fast growing area of law. This is the result of an aging population and the fact that a larger number of young people are requiring the assistance of lawyers. This seminar will cover a number of the central issues facing practitioners in this role including the crucial question of capacity, statutory duties, dealing with the Court, as well as some of the responsibilities of property managers and welfare guardians.

30 May 2017 - Your desk or on your portable device Read more

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