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Commercial Law Series: How Secured is your Client? - Why it is Important to Understand the Marshalling Doctrine (webinar)

Marshalling is a long-standing equitable doctrine. For the informed practitioner, the doctrine may offer tactical and legal opportunities not necessarily apparent to the unwary. Authorities on marshalling are sparse but recent decisions in the UK and New Zealand evidence that the doctrine could be applied more vigorously to great effect.

Presenters: Sean Gollin, Partner, MinterEllisonRuddWatts; Mihai Pascariu, Senior Associate, MinterEllisonRuddWatts
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00

Mental Health Issues and Sentencing: Options and Dilemmas (webinar)

The complexities of sentencing are only added to when mental health issues are at play. This webinar will consider some of the issues that may arise including the taking of instructions and how lawyers may best represent their clients both in terms of the Sentencing Act 2002 and the Criminal Procedure (Mental Impaired Persons) Act 2003.

Presenters: His Honour Judge Recordon; Justin Harder, Barrister, Sentinel Chambers
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00
Auckland Central

Non-Party Disclosure: Potentially a Powerful Tool (in person)

From various perspectives, this seminar will explore the practicalities of this tool in the Criminal armoury which has the potential to be used much more than it is currently. Details coming soon.

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
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Non-Party Disclosure: Potentially a Powerful Tool (live stream)

From various perspectives, this seminar will explore the practicalities of this tool in the Criminal armoury which has the potential to be used much more than it is currently. Details coming soon.

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
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00

Auckland Central

Finding Your Way: Guidance and Insights on Career Pathways and Options (in person)

In 2017, will you dive into your legal role with vigour or crawl back to it reluctantly? Addressing a range of topics that will encourage you to take stock of what makes you happy and where you want your career to go, this forum is brought to by panellists with wide-ranging experience in the legal field and representing a spectrum of careers.

Presenters: David Bigio QC; Judith Eller, Director and Senior Consultant, Legal Personnel; Sarah Keene, Partner, Russell McVeagh; Liesl Knox, General Counsel, Flexi Cards; Rory MacDonald, Partner, MacDonald Lewis Law
Forum CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Finding Your Way: Guidance and Insights on Career Pathways and Options (live stream)

In 2017, will you dive into your legal role with vigour or crawl back to it reluctantly? Addressing a range of topics that will encourage you to take stock of what makes you happy and where you want your career to go, this forum is brought to by panellists with wide-ranging experience in the legal field and representing a spectrum of careers.

Presenters: David Bigio QC; Judith Eller, Director and Senior Consultant, Legal Personnel; Sarah Keene, Partner, Russell McVeagh; Liesl Knox, General Counsel, Flexi Cards; Rory MacDonald, Partner, MacDonald Lewis Law
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00

Bay of Plenty

Practical Commentary on Running Employment Cases (in person)

Running employment requires a range of litigation skills given that practitioners may appear in both the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court and that each of these has their own rules and approaches.

Presenters: Her Honour Judge Inglis, Employment Court; James Crichton, Chief of the Employment Relations Authority; Catherine Stewart, Barrister | Chair: Kate Ashcroft, Partner, Copeland Ashcroft Law
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Practical Commentary on Running Employment Cases (live stream)

Running employment requires a range of litigation skills given that practitioners may appear in both the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court and that each of these has their own rules and approaches.

Presenters: Her Honour Judge Inglis, Employment Court; James Crichton, Chief of the Employment Relations Authority; Catherine Stewart, Barrister | Chair: Kate Ashcroft, Partner, Copeland Ashcroft Law
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00