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Subbies suck it up again?
10 September 2019
On 5 September, Auckland and Waikato-based Stanley Group/Tallwood became the latest in a long line of construction companies to go to the wall.  Initial estimates put the amount owed to creditors at $5 million, with individual subcontractors reportedly owed up to $600,000. Read more
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Subbies suck it up again? On 5 September, Auckland and Waikato-based Stanley Group/Tallwood became the latest in a long line of construction companies to go to the wall.  Initial estimates put the amount owed to creditors at $5 million, with individual subcontractors reportedly owed up to $600,000. Link
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Incorporated societies update - do your clubs rules need a refresh The suspensions occurred in the context of Avondale’s prospective plans to rationalise its landholding. Link
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Overstepping on your restraint of trade clause The recent High Court case of Commerce Commission v First Gas Limited highlights the need for businesses to think carefully about restraint of trade clauses when it comes to their contractual arrangements. Link
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High Court exercises jurisdiction to award non-party costs A recent decision in the High Court in the case of Minister of Education v H Construction North Island Ltd (in rec and liq) has seen a parent company, uninvolved as a party to the legal proceedings, be ordered to pay non-party costs of over a million dollars. Link

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Ford Sumner turns 14!
10 September 2019

The last 12 months have been big for Ford Sumner with relocating premises, new additions to our growing team, a brand refresh and a new website!

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Ford Sumner turns 14!

The last 12 months have been big for Ford Sumner with relocating premises, new additions to our growing team, a brand refresh and a new website!

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The Whitireia Foundation and Ford Sumner The Whitireia Foundation aims to assist students of Ford Sumner’s client Whitireia Community Polytechnic to realise their potential and to promote, support and enhance the goals and activities of the Polytechnic through research projects, educational innovation and improving campus facilities. Link
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Ocean Swim Series!

We are proud to support the Banana Boat New Zealand Ocean Swim Series!

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Pink Ribbon Breakfast

We had a great time this morning hosting our inaugural pink ribbon breakfast in support of The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation!

Thank you to everyone that attended our breakfast and a massive thanks for all those who have donated, including Wellington Hospitality Group , Fix and Fogg, Luna Estate, Extra Extra Cafe, and Scent Floral Boutique.

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Case Study

Nelson Airport Case Study
20 August 2019

Consistency, efficiency and accuracy were keys for Nelson Airport in evaluating new legal services.

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Nelson Airport Case Study

Consistency, efficiency and accuracy were keys for Nelson Airport in evaluating new legal services.

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