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Welcome Max Shin to Queen City Law

Queen City Law are delighted to welcome a new member to the team, Max Shin. Max joined Queen City Law in 2015 after working at a general law firm in Takapuna, Auckland. His previous legal work was in the property, conveyancing and commercial law spheres. Commercially astute, Max possesses an excellent knack of being able […]

Law and Physics

  E = mc² Have you ever wondered what that actually means? Energy = mass multiplied by the speed of light, squared.  The speed of light is 299,792.458 kilometres per second (or about a billion kilometres per hour).   When you square a number you multiply it by itself. So the speed of light squared is […]

Change the rules and you change the value – for better or worse.

Queen City Law have published a new Dispute Resolution article to the Law Library by Ross Dillon. The author Ross has been a partner and litigator in a leading mid-sized Auckland firm for almost a quarter century. In this article Ross explains how the changes to the District Court Rules, how they differ from the […]

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Client Care Library Updated

Queen City Law has recently updated the Client Care library. All Queen City Law whitepaper articles, info-sheets and checklists are available for download as PDFs Visit our Online Law Library to help you with your online legal research. Freshly updated PDFs include: Client Care Information You Should Know Contains terms and conditions of legal engagement […]

Resurrection – the prospects for life after death

Queen City Law have published a new commercial law article to the Law Library by Ross Dillon . The author Ross has been a partner and litigator in a leading mid-sized Auckland firm for almost a quarter century. In this article Ross examines the ways a company can die, and in particular liquidation.  Read Ross’s […]

What is Intellectual property (IP) ?

Innovation, invention and creative solutions are driving forces behind some of the new bred of NZ businesses and small businesses.  Developing and managing your IP allows a business to align and focus its activities and enhance its competitiveness. IP protection is the foundation of creating a corporate identity through a branding strategy, negotiating licensing, franchising, […]

Mortgagee Sales

This week Queen City Law dispute specialist Ross Dillon looks at Mortgagee Sales. To read this white paper as a print friendly PDF click here. To read more articles by Ross click here. If you have more questions about a mortgage dispute or mortgagee sale don’t hesitate to contact us. As at November 2013, it […]

Contract Law and change

How to Vector change. Interpreting a written contract should be easy.   We can all read.  We have a reasonable level of comprehension.   A contract is recorded in writing so that everyone knows what their obligations are, and thus can perform them.   So why do so many cases before the Court call into question the meaning […]

Commercial Lease – Guarantee

In New Zealand it is very common for a business operator to enter into a lease arrangement with the lessor or landlord. This is commonly done at the stage of agreement to lease and also in the  actual  deed of lease. This weeks White paper is authored by Queen City Law Senior Associate John Jon, […]

Do I need A Shareholders Agreement?

When investing or doing business in New Zealand there are many ways to ensure the satisfactory resolution of disputes between related parties, a shareholders agreement is one of them. This weeks article “Do I need A Shareholders Agreement?” is by Queen City Law Lawyer Bradley So. Bradley is a Philippine born New Zealander.  He has […]