CPD Seminar Papers

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Property Law Half-Day Conference 2018

Conference Paper | Presenters: Tara Wylie, Senior Associate, Simpson Grierson; Reid Quinlan, Director, Seagers; Rhys Smith, Manager, Realserve; Joanna Pidgeon, Partner, Pidgeon Law; Dr David Harvey, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland; Garth Gallaway, Partner, Chapman Tripp; Tim Clarke, Partner, Bell Gully; Simon Paykel, Director, Maynard Marks; Mark Robinson, Principal, Sandringham Law; Peter Nolan, Barrister and Solicitor; Jeno Capo, Technical Manager, Financial Lines, NZI | Chair: Justin March, Partner, DLA Piper The Half-Day Conference will again provide practically focused sessions on a range of pertinent and interesting property law topics presented by experts in their fields. It will be of value to all those practising in the area of property law. Topics include: Commercial Leases: Rental Issues and Considerations Common Property Ownership and Incorporated Societies John Handcock Goes Digital Some Health and Safety Considerations for Property Lawyers Methamphetamine, Smoke Alarms and Unlawful Tenancies Claims against Property Lawyers

Members $80 — Non-members $105 - Public $105
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The Administration of Estates: Practical Considerations

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Alison Gilbert, Partner, Brookfields; Samuel Ames, Senior Solicitor, Brookfields There is an increasing readiness to challenge wills and the decisions of executors. Therefore, it has never been more important to handle estate administration professionally and carefully. This webinar will cover the essentials of estate administration, a discussion of the ‘problems’ that can arise in the course of administration (legal and non-legal), the issues that need to be thought through and when an estate can be distributed in a different way. With more estate administration work being given to junior solicitors, practitioners need to keep up-to-date with the unique challenges this work has to offer to ensure clients receive sound advice.

Members $33.91 — Non-members $45.22 - Public $45.22
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Retirement Villages: Advising on the Wisdom of the Transaction

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Megan Bawden, Director, WRMK Lawyers; Glen Low, Partner, Franklin Law | Chair: Troy Churton, National Manager (Retirement Villages), Commission for Financial Capability. Retirement villages, one of the fastest growing industries in New Zealand, may also be one of the most problematic when advising clients making the move. This seminar will consider some of the areas where lawyers need to be especially vigilant when giving advice to clients and will provide insights into how best to engage with clients in order to protect their interests.

Members $21.74 — Non-members $30.43 - Public $30.43
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Who Gets What? Priorities and Clawbacks During Liquidation

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Tony Johnson, Partner, Martelli McKegg; Tim Fitzgerald, Partner, Bell Gully. Two central components of the liquidation regime established by the Companies Act 1993 are the clawback provisions, which empower liquidators to recover assets paid out before liquidation, and Schedule 7, which establishes the relative priority of unsecured creditors in respect of the company’s remaining assets. This webinar will provide an overview of both the clawback provisions and Schedule 7. It will be of interest to practitioners advising entities before or during insolvency, or entities dealing with companies that may become insolvent in the future.

Members $21.74 — Non-members $30.43 - Public $30.43
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Health and Safety Prosecutions: The Issue of Reparations

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Lucy Moffitt, Senior Solicitor, WorkSafe; Rob Coltman, Partner, Duncan Cotterill; Grant Nicholson, Partner, Kensington Swan | Chair: His Honour Judge McIlraith Reparations in the context of a prosecution under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 seem to give rise to more questions than answers. Will a limited personal injury regime become part of the judicial process? When will actuarial input be necessary and who will bear these costs? Who is a victim and how will they be represented in court and by whom? Taking the form of a discussion, this seminar will look, from a variety of perspectives, at some of these problems and consider ways that they may be dealt with. There will be opportunities for the audience to participate and to engage with the representatives from WorkSafe during and after the event.

Members $21.74 — Non-members $30.43 - Public $30.43
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