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Residential Care Subsidies after Broadbent – Where to from here?

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Vicki Ammundsen, Director, Vicki Ammundsen Trust Law Limited; Theresa Donnelly, Senior Solicitor, Public Trust. What does the recent Court of Appeal decision in Broadbent really mean for residential care subsidies, and how should practitioners be advising their clients in the light of it? These materials provide insights into the decision (it doesn’t answer everything), its effect on residential care subsidies, and where applicable, guidance on advising clients going forward. The question as to whether greater consideration needs to be given to benefits from assets gifted to trusts or sold with a debt back that is forgiven is also considered.

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Beyond Borders: Serving Proceedings Outside NZ & Enforcing Foreign Judgments in NZ

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Julian Brown, Senior Associate, Chapman Tripp; Nicholas Wood, Senior Associate, Chapman Tripp The distinct but associated steps of suing overseas-based defendants and enforcing judgments obtained overseas might seem to be procedural matters to look into if and when needed, but in an increasingly connected world and with much of modern life conducted online, you might need to know about these things sooner than you think. These materials delve into the respective legalities and practicalities involved.

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Family Violence Legislation for Family & Criminal Lawyers: Getting 1 July-Ready

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Colleen Newton, Barrister, Friendship Chambers; Adam Holland, Barrister, Sentinel Chambers | Chair: His Honour Judge Burns New Zealand leads the world in many areas – unfortunately our rate of domestic and intimate-partner violence is one of them. The new family violence legislation, being introduced in two tranches, seeks to address this appalling situation. The changes that took effect on 3 December are already having an impact on bail, charges and even parenting orders. And just what is in store from 1 July? These materials will provide information and insights from members of the bar and bench so that you are fully apprised in time.

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Practical Advice for Managing Discovery

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Sarah Yallop, Yallop & Co; Allison Ferguson, Partner, Wilson Harle; Nura Taefi, Barrister, Shortland Chambers | Chair: Allison Ferguson, Partner, Wilson Harle Discovery is an important aspect of pre-trial litigation preparation. Many lawyers find the process can be tiresome and tricky to complete. Add to that the element of technology and it could become a torment. These materials will guide you on how to manage the discovery process efficiently and to your client’s advantage.

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Youth Justice and Changes to the Oranga Tamariki Act

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Associate Professor Khylee Quince, School of Law, AUT; Maria Pecotic, Barrister and Youth Advocate; Anthony Dickson, Regional Litigation Manager, Oranga Tamariki | Chair: His Honour Judge Fitzgerald Substantial changes to the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989 will come into effect on 1 July of this year. The changes will have far-reaching effects on Youth Justice in New Zealand and provide those involved with greater opportunities and options to represent their clients more effectively.

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