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Takeovers Panel consultation: extension of 6 month period condition to 12 months in common Class Exemptions410514/10/2018 11:00:00 a.m.Chapman Tripp has submitted comments on a Takeovers Panel’s targeted consultation paper about the 6-month period condition in clauses 5 – 10 of the Takeovers Code (Class Exemptions) Notice (No 2) 2001. 17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.Chapman Tripp has submitted comments on a Takeovers Panel’s targeted consultation paper about the 6-month period condition in clauses 5 – 10 of the Takeovers Code (Class 75htmlFalseaspx
Chapman Tripp comments on draft exemption notice to enable dual-language product disclosure statements410614/10/2018 11:00:00 a.m.Chapman Tripp has submitted further comments to the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) on their draft exemption notice, which will enable issuers to provide dual-language (Te Reo Māori and English) product disclosure statements.17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.Kua whakatakoto a Chapman Tripp i ō mātou whakaaro e pā ana ki te tuhinga hukihuki pānui whakakāhoretanga kia reo rua ai ngā PDS Chapman Tripp has submitted further comments to 77htmlFalseaspx
Resolving a steely question – Minister required to take another look at China steel subsidies409810/10/2018 11:00:00 a.m.The High Court has required the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to take another look at Chinese steel imports, following successful judicial review proceedings by New Zealand Steel in one of the first major cases under New Zealand’s trade remedies legislation.17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.The High Court has required the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to take another look at Chinese steel imports, following successful judicial review proceedings by New 275htmlFalseaspx
Australian Royal Commission interim report: one step closer to judgement day40949/10/2018 11:00:00 a.m.Commissioner Kenneth Hayne has delivered his interim report on the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. The report details the misconduct in the Australian financial services sector identified during the Commission’s hearings; identifies the causes of that misconduct; examines the approach of the Australian regulatory authorities; and discusses the current Australian legislative, regulatory and policy framework.17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.Commissioner Kenneth Hayne has delivered his interim report on the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry 364htmlFalseaspx
The future of tax – what can we look forward to?40969/10/2018 11:00:00 a.m.The Tax Working Group’s (TWG) recently released interim report discusses progress on its review of the structure, fairness and balance of New Zealand’s tax system. 17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.The Tax Working Group's (TWG) recently released interim report discusses progress on its review of the structure, fairness and balance of New Zealand's tax system 246htmlFalseaspx
Te Pūrongo Ture409130/09/2018 11:00:00 a.m.Highlights of this issue include a landmark case that will reshape the way government deals with iwi interests, the government's new agency Te Arawhiti and updates on our team and te wiki o te reo Māori ki Chapman Tripp.17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.Kua whakaritea e mātou o Te Waka Ture tēnei pānui "Te Pūrongo Ture", ā, ko te whakaaro ia, ākene pea e whai pānga ana ki āu mahi Me he pātai āu, me he whakaaro rānei ōu, tēnā 127htmlFalseaspx
Update: integrity of set-off rights restored408927/09/2018 12:00:00 p.m.The Western Australian Supreme Court decision last year which overturned the previously accepted view that set-off remains effective against a receiver has now been successfully appealed.17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.The Western Australian Supreme Court decision last year which overturned the previously accepted view that set-off remains effective against a receiver has now been successfully 273htmlFalseaspx
Australian High Court endorses the use of 'holding' deeds of company arrangement 408724/09/2018 12:00:00 p.m.The High Court of Australia has recently confirmed that deeds of company arrangement (DOCAs) allowing administrators longer to investigate companies’ affairs than the statutorily prescribed 20 working day period do not contravene the voluntary administration regime in the Corporations Act 2001 (AU), provided that the DOCAs otherwise confer rights and obligations on the parties that are subject to them.17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.The High Court of Australia has recently confirmed that deeds of company arrangement (DOCAs) allowing administrators longer to investigate companies' affairs than the statutorily 401htmlFalseaspx
Landmark case will reshape way Government deals with iwi interests408119/09/2018 12:00:00 p.m.Landmark case will reshape way Government deals with iwi interests17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.Monday’s Supreme Court decision will reshape expectations on central government, local government and the Waitangi Tribunal on their approach to dealing with iwi interests 1599htmlFalseaspx
In-house counsel and litigation cost recovery407812/09/2018 12:00:00 p.m.In-house counsel is at serious risk of losing the ability to recover litigation costs – and at a time when self-representation is increasingly common, particularly among government departments, insurers and banks. 17/10/2018 11:15:08 p.m.In-house counsel is at serious risk of losing the ability to recover litigation costs – and at a time when self-representation is increasingly common, particularly among 335htmlFalseaspx