Tag Archives: Marcus Beveridge

Immigration and a NZ Ready Attitude

New Zealand receives immigrants from the Pacific, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe. People of all cultures undertake the long process of resettling in New Zealand, at the heart of the South West Pacific. For families deciding to immigrate: sometimes the migration process can be best adventure of your life or it can be a […]

ENTREPRENEUR WORK VISA – Presentation

Recently the 12th Annual Immigration Law Conference was held in Auckland at Pullman Hotel and runs 19th to 20th of June 2014 and Queen City Law lawyer Bradley So delivered a well considered presentation on the new Entrepreneur Work Visa. The recent changes have been the most significant in the last decade in immigration law and […]

The Interplay Between Employment and Immigration Law

Below is the text from the Presentation delivered by Marcus Beveridge, Principal, Queen City Law and Rita Worner, Solicitor, Queen City Law Check out the Queen City Law Power point presentation here. OVERVIEW As immigration lawyers we often hear from immigrants desperate to find a job in New Zealand, complaining that employers and recruitment companies do […]

Marcus & Rita at Employment Law Conference May 7th

Marcus and Rita presenting at Employment Law Conference May 7th   The Queen City Law team joined Hon. Simon Bridges MP, Minister of Labour at the HR and Employment Law Summit on the 7th May at the Stamford Plaza Hotel in Auckland for an overview of the Government’s directions in Employment Law, Employment Relations and […]

QCL Real Estate and Property Development Services – beyond 2014

Queen City Law is uniquely positioned to provide this service to a number of carefully targeted vendors mainly in Auckland some of whom we enjoy a 20+ year relationship with. A significant amount of the property we are mandated to provide real estate services on is off market and may not be in the public […]

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HR and Employment Law Summit 2014

Join the Queen City Law team and Hon. Simon Bridges MP, Minister of Labour at the HR and Employment Law Summit on the 7th May at the Stamford Plaza Hotel in Auckland for an overview of the Government’s directions in Employment Law, Employment Relations and Workplace H&S policies. Visit the website at CCH Learning and […]

Leaky building law: Council responsiblity for third party certifiers welcomed

Queen City Lawyer Marcus Beveridge has been quoted in the NBR on a recent court decision allowing apartment owners to sue their local body for actions of third party certifiers.You can read the full article by Victoria Young on the NBR website |Read article.  Queen City Law offer a full suite of services for body corporates and owners […]

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Brad & Marcus from Queen City Law travel to Tokyo and Osaka

Queen City Law are pleased to be offering assistance with Japanese immigration applications. Brad and Marcus have been holding the investment seminars in conjunction with support and cooperation of NZ Embassy and INZ in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. All of the  investment seminars – went very well and were well attended. Marcus and Bradley found interested audiences as they […]

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Planning business migration

Queen City Law are experts in business migration to NZ. If you are interested in starting a business in NZ or starting a business in NZ as part of a migration plan, Queen City Law have the experience and services to help you. Queen City Law offer personalised legal services during your immigration process. Our […]

What to look for when investing in Apartments

Compared to purchasing a free standing family home, Apartments require special considerations. Queen City Law are experts in the Auckland Property Market and can recommend steps for you to invest carefully. What are some of the special issues associated with apartment living? Who is responsible for maintenance of the common areas – is there an […]