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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, Global | 14 Jul 2016

Addressing human cybersecurity risk: lessons from Pokémon Go

The recent Pokmon Go security scare is a perfect example of why employees are one of the biggest cybersecurity risks for businesses. Millions of

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand | 27 Jun 2016

Big Data: The Legal Issues

This paper summarises Big Data issues presented at the New Zealand Law Society Cyber Law Legal Conference held in early 2016. If you are interested

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 21 Jun 2016

Legal Aspects of Cybersecurity

This paper summarises cybersecurity law issues presented at the New Zealand Society Cyber Law Legal Conference held in early 2016. If you are

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 17 Jun 2016

“Poetic licence and get the buggers out”: Feral ICT contract outcomes are avoidable

A recent court decision illustrates what we have seen time and again among the numerous ICT disputes on which we have advised. Parties to ICT

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 10 Jun 2016

Push back on vendors’ software audit demands?

A recent court decision shows that software vendors can face legal challenges when undertaking software audits. Challenges may form part of a

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 25 May 2016

When do directors exceed their duty to exercise power for proper purpose: major new decision

A new UK Supreme Court decision - in a corporate raider context - shows that, even when directors act under broadly stated powers in the company’s

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Wigley + Company | USA, New Zealand, Panama | 25 May 2016

Panama Papers: Legal implications for your organisation’s cybersecurity

The law is an important facet of the multi-disciplinary approach required to manage an organisation’s cybersecurity risk. The Panama Papers hack at

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand | 18 May 2016

Mark Weldon and incentive payments to the MediaWorks directors

We don't agree with comments, reported in the Herald on 7 May, by governance expert, Bill Kirkley, that the MediaWorks board directors have a

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 13 May 2016

Limiting liability via a credit application form

Credit application forms are common ways to get customers to accept Ts and Cs. A March 2016 case confirms they can work for B2B (there are additional

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Wigley + Company | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 12 May 2016

Contract clauses stopping oral variations don’t work?

Contracts for complex supplies, such as software and outsourcing agreements, often contain an anti-oral variation clause, so that all changes must be

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