There are a couple of notable recent happenings in employment law that are worth taking a note of. First, the Employment Relations Act has been amended so that reinstatement is, once again, the primary remedy for a grievance based on termination of an employee’s employment. What does that mean for […] Read More›

Moving is stressful enough without the added hassle of having to deal with rubbish left at your dream property by the previous owner. Carrying out a pre-settlement inspection can go some way to avoiding this.  Be mindful though, that this is best carried out at least 2 working days prior […] Read More›

Parliament passed the Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Rugby World Cup 2019 Extended Trading Hours) Amendment Bill 2019 on 28 August 2019 to allow on-licence and club licence holders (licencee(s)) to be able to open outside of normal trading hours for the purpose of televising the Rugby World Cup 2019 […] Read More›

Online business is increasingly important, and customer reviews are more and more an important part of that business. Those reviews are like a stamp of authenticity – real life people bought this thing, and here is what they thought of it. Problem is, inviting reviews comes with the risk you’ll […] Read More›

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