Scott Barker

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Insolvency & restructuring newsletter - First edition 2022

New Zealand - March 8 2022 We open the year with several events of major significance. The unlawful invasion of Ukraine by Russia is justifiably dominating the news cycle, with…

Scott Abel, Seb Bisley, David Broadmore, Alec Duncan, Jan Etwell, Jane Maltby, Bridie McKinnon, Peter Niven, Myles O'Brien, Willie Palmer, Kelly Paterson, David Perry, Luke Sizer, Matthew Triggs

Insolvency & restructuring newsletter

New Zealand, United Kingdom - November 11 2021 The New Zealand economy has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic better than many commentators predicted in April last year, in part due to the significant…

Scott Abel, Seb Bisley, David Broadmore, Jan Etwell, Elizabeth Everingham, Harriet France, Honor Kelly, Luke Kibblewhite, Jane Maltby, Brooke Marriner, Bridie McKinnon, Peter Niven, Myles O'Brien, Willie Palmer, Kelly Paterson, David Perry, Zar Sinclair, Luke Sizer, Michael Smol, George Taylo, Matthew Triggs

Supreme Court delivers significant contractual interpretation decision: RIP Vector v Bay of Plenty

New Zealand, United Kingdom - July 15 2021 The Supreme Court has clarified significant issues of contractual interpretation in its decision handed down yesterday in Bathurst Resource Ltd v L&M…

Luke Sizer

Legal update on insolvency law - June 2021

New Zealand - June 23 2021 Important changes for court-appointed liquidators to the regulations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009…

Scott Abel, David Broadmore, Annie Cao, Jan Etwell, Oliver Gascoigne, Bridie McKinnon, Peter Niven, Myles O'Brien, Willie Palmer, Kelly Paterson, David Perry, Luke Sizer, Matthew Triggs

Significant contractual interpretation case in the Supreme Court: a preview

New Zealand, United Kingdom - June 10 2021 In a forthcoming decision, the Supreme Court has signalled that it may clarify the position on significant issues of contractual interpretation. Those…

Luke Sizer