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Auckland Central

Privacy Breaches: Best Practice Advice for the Present (and the Future) [in person]

This seminar will consider how to avoid privacy breaches and the implications of a breach under the Privacy Act 1993 in its present form as well as addressing likely changes including mandatory reporting. It will also explore the very real issue of cybersecurity facing lawyers and their clients.

Presenters: Michael Wigley, Principal, Wigley and Company; Katrine Evans, Senior Associate, Hayman Lawyers | Chair: Katherine Gibson, Director, Gibsons Law
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Privacy Breaches: Best Practice Advice for the Present (and the Future) [live stream]

This seminar will consider how to avoid privacy breaches and the implications of a breach under the Privacy Act 1993 in its present form as well as addressing likely changes including mandatory reporting. It will also explore the very real issue of cybersecurity facing lawyers and their clients.

Presenters: Michael Wigley, Principal, Wigley and Company; Katrine Evans, Senior Associate, Hayman Lawyers | Chair: Katherine Gibson, Director, Gibsons Law
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The End of a Franchise — Considerations and Consequences (in person)

This seminar will introduce the ways in which a franchise can come to an end; discuss options and consequences for a franchisee or franchisor where franchisee breach or performance could lead to termination; set out franchisee options for early exit; cover wrongful termination; and look at post-termination considerations such as restraint of trade and ownership of goodwill in the business.

Presenters: Sarah Pilcher, The Franchise Lawyer; Deirdre Watson, Barrister
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The End of a Franchise — Considerations and Consequences (live stream)

This seminar will introduce the ways in which a franchise can come to an end; discuss options and consequences for a franchisee or franchisor where franchisee breach or performance could lead to termination; set out franchisee options for early exit; cover wrongful termination; and look at post-termination considerations such as restraint of trade and ownership of goodwill in the business.

Presenters: Sarah Pilcher, The Franchise Lawyer; Deirdre Watson, Barrister
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available

Auckland Central

Essential Risk Management: Using Indemnity Clauses to Best Advantage (in person)

The balancing of risk is an essential aspect of commercial transactions. In many instances, indemnity clauses provided a very useful facility to secure the position of parties. However, it is worth considering whether such clauses are really necessary in a contract and, if they are, how they might be used to best advantage.

Presenters: David Broadmore, Partner, Buddle Findlay; Aaron Sherriff, Partner, Duncan Cotterill | Chair: Geoff Hardy, Partner, Martelli McKegg
Seminar CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Essential Risk Management: Using Indemnity Clauses to Best Advantage (live stream)

The balancing of risk is an essential aspect of commercial transactions. In many instances, indemnity clauses provided a very useful facility to secure the position of parties. However, it is worth considering whether such clauses are really necessary in a contract and, if they are, how they might be used to best advantage.

Presenters: David Broadmore, Partner, Buddle Findlay; Aaron Sherriff, Partner, Duncan Cotterill | Chair: Geoff Hardy, Partner, Martelli McKegg
Live Stream CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The GST for Property Lawyers Workshop (In Person)

GST and the Compulsory Zero Rating (CZR) regime remain a constant headache for property lawyers; even experienced ones. This practical workshop, with attendees working in small groups, will focus on practical examples and scenarios, will provide guidance to practitioners on the vexing issues of GST and ZCR and how to deal with problematic situations.

Presenters: Allan Bullot, National Leader – Indirect Tax, Deloitte; Jeanne du Buisson, Director – Tax, Deloitte; Joanna Pidgeon, Partner, Pidgeon Law
Workshop CPD2hrs
Members $235.00
Non-members $335.00
Group pricing available

The Replacement PPSR: What Lawyers Need to Know and Do Pre & Post 1 October (Webinar)

Three years in the making, the replacement PPSR and website go live on 1 October. If you are a legal professional who deals with the PPSR occasionally or often, whether for searching and/or registration, then there are steps you need to take to be ready.

Presenters: Agnese Abelite, Senior Stakeholder Engagement Advisor, New Zealand Companies Office, MBIE
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $45.00
Non-members $60.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Your Legal Business: Employing Staff (in person)

Providing a roadmap for the legal and recruitment aspects of employing staff, this seminar in the Your Legal Business series will cover the ‘lifecycle’ of the employment relationship and include content on employer obligations, employee demands and trends in the market.

Presenters: Simon Lapthorne, Executive Partner, Kiely Thompson Caisley; Jarrod Moyle, Managing Director, Legal Personnel (2017) Limited | Chair: Sandra Gilliam, People Director, Kensington Swan
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Your Legal Business: Employing Staff (live stream)

Providing a roadmap for the legal and recruitment aspects of employing staff, this seminar in the Your Legal Business series will cover the ‘lifecycle’ of the employment relationship and include content on employer obligations, employee demands and trends in the market.

Presenters: Simon Lapthorne, Executive Partner, Kiely Thompson Caisley; Jarrod Moyle, Managing Director, Legal Personnel (2017) Limited | Chair: Sandra Gilliam, People Director, Kensington Swan
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland South

Running an Effective Judge-Alone Trial (in person intensive)

During this intensive day and in a collaborative environment, attendees will receive guidance on judge-alone trial advocacy skills, through presentations, demonstrations and commentary, from highly experienced and well-regarded presenters.

Presenters: Marie Dyhrberg QC; Simon Lance, Barrister; Mark Edgar, Barrister; Belinda Sellars, Barrister; Lila Tu’i, Barrister; Tara Griffin, District Prosecution Manager, Police Prosecution Service, CMDHQ | Chairs: His Honour Judge Sharp; His Honour Judge Sainsbury
Seminar CPD7.25hrs
Members $325.00
Non-members $435.00
Early bird pricing ends 31/08/2018
Group pricing available

Wellington

Public and Private Legal Rights: Practical Applications, Key Implications (in person)

With reference to key judgments, this seminar will look at the relevance of contractual rights to relief in judicial review proceedings. What is the effect of a judicial review on a third party who contracts with the Crown? When should their rights be lost, as a result of an error on the Crown's part; when should they be retained? How best is this issue addressed in an application for review? The practical applications and implications will be considered, including in the context of Resource Management Act matters.

Presenters: Seb Bisley, Partner, Buddle Findlay; Dave Randal, Partner, Buddle Findlay | Chair The Honourable Justice Asher
Seminar CPD2hrs
Auckland Central

Public and Private Legal Rights: Practical Applications, Key Implications (live stream)

With reference to key judgments, this seminar will look at the relevance of contractual rights to relief in judicial review proceedings. What is the effect of a judicial review on a third party who contracts with the Crown? When should their rights be lost, as a result of an error on the Crown's part; when should they be retained? How best is this issue addressed in an application for review? The practical applications and implications will be considered, including in the context of Resource Management Act matters.

Presenters: Seb Bisley, Partner, Buddle Findlay; Dave Randal, Partner, Buddle Findlay | Chair The Honourable Justice Asher
Live Stream CPD2hrs

Auckland Central

Your Legal Business: Technology – Tackling It, Taking It On and Transforming Your Practice (in person)

This seminar will help you with Cloud computing, dealing with IT companies, the digital/paperless office, the remote/virtual office, storage solutions and future-proofing – and get you thinking about how to approach these matters, or improve them, in your particular practice. More details coming soon.

Presenters: Don Thomas, Director, Thomas & Co (incorporating Titirangi Law Centre); Arran Hunt, Principal, Virt Law; Lloyd Gallagher, Principal, Gallagher & Co; Hayley Weber, Office Manager, WRMK Lawyers and Managing Consultant, PageZERO | Chair: Geoff Hardy, Partner, Martelli McKegg
Seminar CPD2hrs
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Your Legal Business: Technology – Tackling It, Taking It On and Transforming Your Practice (live stream)

This seminar will help you with Cloud computing, dealing with IT companies, the digital/paperless office, the remote/virtual office, storage solutions and future-proofing – and get you thinking about how to approach these matters, or improve them, in your particular practice. More details coming soon.

Presenters: Don Thomas, Director, Thomas & Co (incorporating Titirangi Law Centre); Arran Hunt, Principal, Virt Law; Lloyd Gallagher, Principal, Gallagher & Co; Hayley Weber, Office Manager, WRMK Lawyers and Managing Consultant, PageZERO | Chair: Geoff Hardy, Partner, Martelli McKegg
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Group pricing available

Company Creditor Compromises: Options and Consequences (Webinar)

This webinar on company creditor compromises will, looking at recent case law developments, consider when such compromises are appropriate and their advantages over other options available to nearly insolvent companies. It will also look at some of the procedural requirements including the key question of creditor classes.

Presenters: Daniel Kalderimis, Partner, Chapman Tripp; Jeremy Upson, Senior Solicitor, Chapman Tripp
Webinar CPD1hr
Group pricing available