CPD Seminar Papers

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Negligent Misstatement – Where Are We and Where To From Here?

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Andrew Barker QC; Marcus Roberts, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland | Chair: The Honourable Justice Davison Negligent misstatement effectively subsumes all types of negligence in New Zealand, and in many cases the defendants are lawyers! Starting with a contextual background, this seminar will focus on recent developments and the road ahead, as well as looking at key concepts and case law, which may assist lawyers to protect themselves and their clients.

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Rural Law Series: Overseas Investment in the Rural Context

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Phil Taylor, Partner, Tompkins Wake; Campbell Stewart, Senior Associate, Tompkins Wake Overseas investment is often a contentious issue and never more so than in the rural sector. This webinar will consider recent developments in overseas investment, look at relevant case law and the particular issues that arise in the rural context and provide advice on how best to represent clients when dealing with the Overseas Investment Office.

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Non-Party Disclosure Potentially a Powerful Tool

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Chris Holdaway, Senior Solicitor, Ministry of Social Development; Gareth Kayes, Director, Kayes Fletcher Walker Limited; Belinda Sellars, Barrister, 22 Lorne Chambers | Chair: His Honour Judge Hinton Non-party disclosure can be a powerful tool in a Criminal lawyer’s armoury, but it is used less often than it could, or should, be. This seminar will explore the ins and outs of the application, including the legal basis, timing, procedure, hearing, outcome, utility and key case law. With non-party, prosecution and defence perspectives and judicial insights, this session is a must-attend for all Criminal practitioners including youth advocates.

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Shareholders' Toolbox: Unlocking the Breakdown of Shareholder Relationships

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Dean Alderton, Partner, Bell Gully; Greg Blanchard QC The breakdown of shareholder relationships is common. So, what options are available for parties to try and “unlock” these situations? Perhaps more than you might think. Providing insights into a range of possible solutions for shareholders, this webinar will assist practitioners in equipping their clients to try and disentangle themselves from difficult and distressing shareholder relationship breakdowns.

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Expert Witnesses: Making the Most of Their Expertise

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Jane Anderson QC; Dr Ian Goodwin, Psychiatrist | Chair: Adam Ross QC Expert witnesses often play vital roles in a wide range of civil litigation. It is essential that they are used to best effect. This seminar will look at a variety of factors relevant to the use of experts including rules relating to the admissibility of their evidence, the High Court Code of Conduct, as well as the briefing of experts and preparation for trial. It will also provide insights from an expert witness on how to maximise their effectiveness.

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