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Essential Skills Work Visa policy changes
The Minister of Immigration, Hon Michael Woodhouse, has announced policy changes to the Essential Skills Work Visa Category.  These changes are the result of extensive lobbying and feedback gathered...
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Top 5 property tips before signing that agreement / what happens to my digital assets when I pass away?
July Lifelaw Newsletter: Lifelaw When life decisions are everything. At different points in your...
Four Senior Solicitor Promotions at Lane Neave
Lane Neave is excited to announce the promotion of four of its talented team...
Our Auckland presence is growing, so we’ve moved
Our Auckland team have recently moved offices from their old location on Vulcan Lane...
Published list of non-compliant employers
In this edition of the our Immigration Law Newsletter: Published list of non-compliant employers...
Six reasons you should have a will / New no-nonsense powers of attorney
May Lifelaw Newletter: Lifelaw When life decisions are everything. At different points in your...
Queenstown Workplace Law Workshop
This free Workplace Law Workshop will update you on the latest Employment, Health &...
Positive changes to the New Zealand Migrant Investment categories
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has implemented changes to both the Investor Plus and Investor...
Significant immigration policy reforms – “tweaks” that will actually have a major impact
The Government announcement yesterday on the proposed changes to Immigration New Zealand (INZ) policy...
Business Law Newsletter: Marketing and Sales Law feature
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Trader jailed for failing to supply...
LINZ Newsletter: March
In this edition: Increases to retirement age: impact on residence eligibility All on board:...
50 shades of a personal grievance
There have been many water cooler discussions in New Zealand workplaces (and workplaces around...
Business Law Newsletter: February
In the latest Lane Neave Business Law Newsletter: Procurement update On 16 December 2016,...
Employers take note: major immigration compliance changes coming in on 1 April
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced the implementation of a very tough new policy...
LINZ Newsletter: February
Employer compliance: impacting your immigration status If you are wishing to secure an employment...
A defining case on premium – the recovery of costs associated with the recruitment of migrant labour
Many employers and recruitment companies alike, who rely in particular on migrant labour to supplement...
Lane Neave gets behind “Lose Your Mind” exhibition
Lane Neave is continuing its tradition of supporting the arts by taking up the...
Changes to the retentions regime – Construction Contracts Act 2002
It is common practice in the construction industry for retentions to be held under...
New immigration website launched
Lane Neave has launched a more informative, user-friendly website for immigration information, news and...