Tag Archives: company law

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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Unpaid update

Queen City Law have published a new commercial law article to the Law Library by Ross Dillon. In this article Ross examines the Court of Appeals rulings on companies in distress. Read Ross’s full article as a tablet and print friendly PDF here. It can be hard to pay the bills when a company is […]

Statutory Demand – what is this?

Statutory Demand – what is this? If you are a shareholder and/or director of any company, you should read the new article by Queen City Law Senior Associate John Jon, an expert in commercial and property law. To read and download the complete article as a PDF click here. To read more about John click […]

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 […]

Do you (director) have a new positive duty to ensure health and safety of workers?

 Directors in New Zealand presently have no positive obligations to provide for the health and safety of workers in their company based on the current Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992. However, New Zealand is expected to have a new statute changing this. This new statute will be based on Australian Model Law and is […]

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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 […]