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Wellington-based Brookers this year celebrates its hundredth year in business. From its provincial origins to its current operation as a multi-sited Thomson Reuters company, the publisher has secured the enviable status of being New Zealand’s legal information provider of choice. The focus of centennial celebrations has been a capital-hosted, company-wide, event at which a limited ...more
Jane has practiced law since her admission to the bar in 1990 and has appeared in a wide range of cases predominantly in the Family, District and High Courts and the Court of Appeal. Jane specialises in cases involving trusts, closely held private companies or challenges to property division agreements and has also been involved in cases concerning child care arrangements. In civil and commercial law, she has led cases on litigation involving breach of contract, breach of agency, tortious claims and claims pursuant to the Construction Contracts Act 2002.
We caught up with Jane to congratulate her on the recent completion of an LLM, with honours at Auckland University, and find out more about her role as an Author for our Family Law portfolio.
What is a Regulation? How are they selected for entry into Brookers Statutes and Regulations Online?
Senior editor, online legislation, Ian Neilson explains what happens once an Act (primary legislation) is passed and the legislative framework is in place to support its subsequent subordinate legislation. He shares what regulations are included in Brookers Statutes and Regulations Online and why.
… without thinking you’re going mad! You’re putting in the case title and coming up with nothing! Let’s see if we can solve that for you. It seems as though the case name isn’t linked to the actual case. The reason for the lack of results could be: The case you’re trying to find is from ...more
The Government has recently announced that experience rating for employers will be re-introduced from April 2011. Put simply, this will give employers with low annual claims a discount on their annual ACC levy, while employers with an unusually high number of claims will face an increased levy.