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Working with workable competition

New Zealand - February 28 2014 Andy Glenie, Senior Associate | Friday 28 February 2014 This article first appeared in Law News Issue 4 (28 February 2014), published by Auckland…

Searches by the Serious Fraud Office

New Zealand - October 10 2013 This note explains how to respond if the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) seeks to execute at your premises a search warrant issued under section 10 of the…

Mike Colson, Ian Gault.

Information exchanges - the ABCs of "hub and spoke" arrangements

New Zealand, United Kingdom - March 12 2013 In March 2012 (Too much information - Information exchange between competitors), we discussed the risks involved in exchanging information with…

Simon Ladd.

A bumpy road to a dead end

New Zealand - December 19 2012 Litigation continues to surround the input methodologies (IMs) set by the Commerce Commission to regulate electricity, gas and airport companies under Part 4 of the Commerce Act 1986 (the Act).

Simon Ladd.

Exporting jurisdiction (2): more on the liability of foreign parents under the Commerce Act

New Zealand - October 25 2012 On 31 August, the Court of Appeal held in Commerce Commission v Visy Board Pty Limited [2012] NZCA 383 that the New Zealand Courts should accept jurisdiction in proceedings against Visy, an Australian company, alleging breaches of the Commerce Act 1986 (Act).

Simon Ladd.