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  • Characters in the law - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019 - By David Sparks. I loved the article about the bombing of ‘Dickie’ Singer (LawTalk 924, December 2018). It brought back a few memories of characters in the law from days gone by, of which there were rather a lot. Others that

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/research-and-insight
    /did-you-know.../characters-in-the-law

  • Frederick William Baker struck off - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019. The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal has ordered that Auckland lawyer Frederick William Baker be struck off the roll of barristers and solicitors. Mr Baker had pleaded guilty to a number of charges which

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-th…018/frederick-william-baker-struck-off

  • Focus on ... Gisborne - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019 - By Craig Stephen. The most eastern city in the islands is remote, but it’s where lawyers look after each other. Stephen Taylor arrived from the Bay of Plenty a green and enthusiastic lawyer without a friend or relative in

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/latest-news/news
    /focus-on-gisborne

  • Taxing the digital behemoths - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019 - By Lynda Hagen. The rise of massive digitally-based multinational businesses like Google, Facebook and Airbnb has created an as-yet unsolved problem for governments worldwide: how can they be made to pay their fair share of tax?

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas/tax-law
    /taxing-the-digital-behemoths

  • Lawyer disclosed confidential information - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019. Names used in this summary are fictitious. A lawyer has been censured for disclosing information about a sensitive domestic matter to a third party. In addition to the censure, a lawyers standards committee also ordered the lawyer,

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the…er-disclosed-confidential-information

  • Acted for more than one client - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019. Names used in this summary are fictitious. A lawyer has been fined $2, 000 for acting for more than one client where there was more than a negligible risk that he was unable to discharge the obligations owed to all clients. As well

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-community
    /lawyers-standards-committee-decisions/2018/acted-for-more-than-one-client

  • Family protection claim by estranged children in multimillion dollar…

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019 - By Sharon Chandra. The 2018 High Court case of Cartwright v Joseph [2018] NZHC 2383 (11 September 2018) involved a multi-million dollar estate where a family protection claim was made by children who were estranged from the

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/practice-areas
    /…/family-protection-claim-by-estranged-children-in-multimillion-dollar-estate

  • Fined for not inquiring before filing caveats - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019. Names used in this summary are fictitious. A lawyer has been fined $8, 500 for failing to inquire whether there were “caveatable interests” before filing caveats on land titles. When imposing the fine, a lawyers standards

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the…r-not-inquiring-before-filing-caveats

  • Lawyer Karateka! - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019 - By Taufil Omar. Auckland lawyer Taufil Omar shares his life-long experience in karate and a recent trip to Japan where he helped his team win a medal. And as he explains, the sport helps him in his daily work routine. We all grew

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources
    /personal-and-career-development/the-legal-profession/lawyer-karateka!

  • Instructing solicitor failed to pay barrister - NZ Law Society

    8 Feb 2019: 08 February 2019. Names used in this summary are fictitious. An instructing solicitor failed to provide a lawyers standards committee any evidence that he entered into an agreement that he would not be responsible for a barrister’s fees, the

    https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-community
    /…/instructing-solicitor-failed-to-pay-barrister

Last updated on the 7th July 2015