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14 March 2019

Tauranga to get a new courthouse (16 December 2019)

16 December 2019 The Government will invest $100 million on a new courthouse in Tauranga which the Justice Minister Andrew Little says will be a model for future courthouse design.Mr Little says the courthouse will be designed in partnership with iwi, the local community, the judiciary, the legal profession,... More about Tauranga to get a new courthouse .

Surgical mesh report ‘heart-breaking reading’ says minister (12 December 2019)

12 December 2019 Associate Health Minister Julie Anne Genter has received the report back from a surgical mesh restorative justice process undertaken by Victoria University.The process heard stories, either in person or online submission, from more than 600 people affected by surgical mesh.“The report made for heart-breaking and confronting... More about Surgical mesh report ‘heart-breaking reading’ says minister.

Lex Mundi report sees uncharted AI challenges for in-house lawyers (12 December 2019)

12 December 2019 A report from international law firm network Lex Mundi says General Counsel are grappling with how AI technologies are reshaping their companies and the business environment, creating unchartered areas of corporate liability exposure and new regulatory challenges.The report, Big Data and Big Brother: How General Counsel... More about Lex Mundi report sees uncharted AI challenges for in-house lawyers.

Third readings given to bills (11 December 2019)

11 December 2019 Parliament has given third readings to a number of bills.Farm Debt Mediation Bill (No 2)The Farm Debt Mediation Bill (No 2) had its third reading on 10 December 2019. It was introduced on 18 June 2019 by the Minister for Agriculture, Damien O’Connor.This bill establishes a... More about Third readings given to bills.

Last updated on the 14th March 2019