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Forensic Focus on COVID-19

By James Weir, Partner - Forensics and Ian Tuke, Partner - Forensics, Deloitte| 30 April 2020

Contract review and evaluation

Postponed: 33rd ILANZ Conference & ICW World Summit 2020

By Tiffany Henderson, Acting Manager ILANZ| 19 March 2020

The 33rd ILANZ Conference & ICW World Summit 2020 was to be held in Wellington on 21 & 22 May 2020. Following the Government’s ban on indoor gatherings of more than 100 people, conference will be postponed for 12 months.While...

COVID-19: A message from the New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui o Aotearoa

By Tiana Epati, President, New Zealand Law Society | Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa| 27 March 2020

Tēnā tatou katoa,

Local Government Legal Teams Day 2020

By Donna Llewell, In-House Legal Counsel, Bay of PLenty Regional Council| 1 April 2020

On Friday 6 March, Christchurch City Council’s legal team hosted the Local Government Legal Teams Day with a staggering 65 in-house local government lawyers in attendance (and others on a waiting list).

What employers should bear in mind when navigating COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in New Zealand

By James Warren, Partner, and Charlotte Evans, Associate, Employment and Labour team at Dentons Kensington Swan| 30 March 2020

Given these unprecedented and constantly changing times, many employers have questions regarding obligations to employees, especially where businesses are unable to operate, and employees are unable to work over this period.

Some practical tips for lawyers working from home

By Ros Morshead, Director at Tauranga/Rotorua law firm Law Box| 31 March 2020

Lockdown. A word that will make history, and a situation that has unilaterally pushed all lawyers and their firm’s operations into the unknown without consultation. Most firms will by now have likely pivoted toward remote working of some kind, albeit...

LawTalk: What if we were trained to help each other?

By Sarah Taylor, Director of Client Solutions at LOD| 31 March 2020

Our friend Tony Southall died on 9 September 2019. He took his own life. I say ‘our’ friend because there were hundreds of us at his funeral, and hundreds more in our legal whanau who were deeply saddened by his death.

Looking after mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19

By Website Administrator , | 31 March 2020

COVID-19 is changing our daily lives. It's important to look after our wellbeing and the wellbeing of our whānau and community as we get through this - together.

Update - ILANZ Awards 2020

By Website Administrator , | 21 April 2020

The ILANZ committee has made the difficult decision not to continue to run the ILANZ awards in 2020.