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Auckland Central

The Land Transfer Act 2017: What’s New for Property Lawyers? (in person)

This seminar will provide guidance on the Land Transfer Act 2017, what to expect from the changes and discuss some of the challenges it will present to property lawyers.

Presenters: Robbie Muir, Registrar-General of Land; Elizabeth Toomey, Professor of Law, Canterbury University; Joanna Pidgeon, Partner, Pidgeon Law; Thomas Gibbons, Director, McCaw Lewis | Chair: Ian Jespersen, Senior Associate, Burton Partners
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The Land Transfer Act 2017: What’s New for Property Lawyers? (live stream)

This seminar will provide guidance on the Land Transfer Act 2017, what to expect from the changes and discuss some of the challenges it will present to property lawyers.

Presenters: Robbie Muir, Registrar-General of Land; Elizabeth Toomey, Professor of Law, Canterbury University; Joanna Pidgeon, Partner, Pidgeon Law; Thomas Gibbons, Director, McCaw Lewis | Chair: Ian Jespersen, Senior Associate, Burton Partners
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series II: (3) Special Issues (live stream)

It is very likely that practitioners will have numerous questions regarding aspects of the AML/CFT legislation and how to deal with practical issues arising from it. This session aims at addressing some of these issues drawing on insights from the experiences of the first reporting entities, as well as focussing on the particular challenges facing the legal profession.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor; Tiffany Ryan, Head of Financial Crime and Security Services, Westpac New Zealand; Bridgette White, Senior Associate, Buddle Findlay
Live Stream CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series II: (3) Special Issues (in person)

It is very likely that practitioners will have numerous questions regarding aspects of the AML/CFT legislation and how to deal with practical issues arising from it. This session aims at addressing some of these issues drawing on insights from the experiences of the first reporting entities, as well as focussing on the particular challenges facing the legal profession.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor; Tiffany Ryan, Head of Financial Crime and Security Services, Westpac New Zealand; Bridgette White, Senior Associate, Buddle Findlay
Seminar CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available

Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series II: (4) Meet the Regulator (in person)

Understanding the role of the AML/CFT supervisors and how they carry out their functions, and in particular the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), will be of immense value to practitioners. This session will provide an opportunity for lawyers to hear from and engage with the DIA, as well hear from the experiences of a practitioner who has had close dealings with them in the past.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor; Representatives from the Department of Internal Affairs
Seminar CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series II: (4) Meet the Regulator (live stream)

Understanding the role of the AML/CFT supervisors and how they carry out their functions, and in particular the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), will be of immense value to practitioners. This session will provide an opportunity for lawyers to hear from and engage with the DIA, as well hear from the experiences of a practitioner who has had close dealings with them in the past.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor; Representatives from the Department of Internal Affairs
Live Stream CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Vulnerable Witnesses and Defendants: The Use of a Communication Assistant (in person)

The use of a communication assistant (CA) is a new and fast-growing feature of the New Zealand justice system. While guided by international practices, there is a need to understand the issues and processes for engaging a CA within our own context. This seminar will offer practical suggestions for meeting the needs of a vulnerable witness or defendant.

Presenters: Clare McCann, SLT and Communication Assistant, The University of Auckland Michelle Bonetti, SLT and Communication Assistant, Moretalk; David Niven, Barrister; Jo Murdoch, Partner, Meredith Connell | Chair: His Honour Judge Collins
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Vulnerable Witnesses and Defendants: The Use of a Communication Assistant (live stream)

The use of a communication assistant (CA) is a new and fast-growing feature of the New Zealand justice system. While guided by international practices, there is a need to understand the issues and processes for engaging a CA within our own context. This seminar will offer practical suggestions for meeting the needs of a vulnerable witness or defendant.

Presenters: Clare McCann, SLT and Communication Assistant, The University of Auckland Michelle Bonetti, SLT and Communication Assistant, Moretalk; David Niven, Barrister; Jo Murdoch, Partner, Meredith Connell | Chair: His Honour Judge Russell Collins
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Judicial Settlement Conferences: Perspectives and Practical Guidance (in person)

Developed to address a perceived desire for key insights into this topic, this seminar will address the process, how to prepare, and potential strategies to adopt. Junior to intermediate litigators or those seeking a refresher on this topic will benefit from the experiences and insights of judges and counsel very familiar with JSCs.

Presenters: Her Honour Judge Sharp; Helen Rice, Managing Partner, Rice Speir; Mark Kelly, Barrister & Commercial Mediator | Chair: The Honourable Justice Venning
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Judicial Settlement Conferences: Perspectives and Practical Guidance (live stream)

Developed to address a perceived desire for key insights into this topic, this seminar will address the process, how to prepare, and potential strategies to adopt. Junior to intermediate litigators or those seeking a refresher on this topic will benefit from the experiences and insights of judges and counsel very familiar with JSCs.

Presenters: Her Honour Judge Sharp; Helen Rice, Managing Partner, Rice Speir; Mark Kelly, Barrister & Commercial Mediator | Chair: The Honourable Justice Venning
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)

A franchise relationship may start well but its ending may be an unpleasant experience for one or both parties. Setting out ways in which franchises end, and why, this seminar will look at front-end drafting and due diligence considerations, as well as what needs to be managed and possible ways of doing so. Details coming soon.

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)

A franchise relationship may start well but its ending may be an unpleasant experience for one or both parties. Setting out ways in which franchises end, and why, this seminar will look at front-end drafting and due diligence considerations, as well as what needs to be managed and possible ways of doing so. Details coming soon.

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