Corporate

Privacy Bill 2018 – key changes
In this article we discuss the new Privacy Bill that was introduced to Parliament on 20 March 2018 and the Privacy Commissioner’s new guidelines in dealing with law enforcement...
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Fair Trading (Oppressive Contracts) Amendment Bill
A private members’ Bill proposing to redress the power imbalance inherent in ‘standard form’...
Criminalisation of cartel conduct back on the cards
Imprisonment for deliberate contraventions of the Commerce Act 1986 is back on the political...
Prohibition on ‘cartel conduct’ comes into full force on 15 May 2018
In August 2017, significant amendments to the Commerce Act 1989 were passed into law...
Robo advice for financial matters – proposed law change brings this closer to reality
In October 2017, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA), which plays a critical role in...
Why you should make brand protection a priority in 2018 – case study
If you are starting a new business venture, launching a new product or service,...
Preparing for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation
Introduction On 25 May 2018 the EU’s existing data protection (ie privacy) legislation will...
You’ve received an offer to buy your business – don’t forget to manage your risk!
Whether you have been looking to sell your business for awhile and a great...
Lane Neave announces new partner, Evelyn Jones
Lane Neave has enhanced its corporate practice, and bolstered its partnership, with the appointment...
Lane Neave advises BT Mining on Solid Energy acquisition
Lane Neave has advised BT Mining, a joint venture between Bathurst Resources Limited and...
Business Law Newsletter: Marketing and Sales Law feature
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Trader jailed for failing to supply...
Business Law Newsletter: February
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Procurement update On 16 December 2016,...
Lane Neave advises on the purchase of Solid Energy Assets
Lane Neave utilised years of experience in the coal sector to act for Bathurst...
Business Law Newsletter: technology update
There have been a number of developments in the technology space in recent months,...
Business Law Newsletter: August
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Don’t be a victim of your own...
Business Law Newsletter: July
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Credit fees: are you being reasonable? A...
Business Law Newsletter: May
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Christchurch: from recovery to regeneration The future...
Specialist Technology Law Partner
Graeme Crombie joined Lane Neave as a partner recently bringing his expertise in Technology...
A $25,000 lesson in record keeping
It is absolutely vital that organisations maintain accurate personal information about their customers and...
Parent companies: are you liable for your subsidiary’s debt?
The recent High Court decision involving Steel and Tube Holdings and Lewis Holdings  is...