Under the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill 2015, reforms include over 40 individual proposals aimed at improving the current resource management process. Many of the changes are complex and will be of most interest to those closely involved in RMA processes.
Buying and selling, in principle, is quite a straightforward matter. However, any transaction still requires individual careful thought.
On 26 November 2015, the Minister for the Environment, Hon Nick Smith introduced to Parliament the second phase of the resource management reforms.
The 47th annual Bay of Plenty Sports Awards will be held on December 4th at the ASB Arena in Mount Maunganui. Holland Beckett Lawyers is delighted to support these awards as the sponsor of the “Sportswoman of the Year” category.
The Environment Court has sent a sharp lesson to expert witnesses (and counsel) about the dangers of failing to comply with the Expert Witness Code of Conduct in two recent decisions.
The Minister for the Enviornment, Nick Smith announced last week a new direction for enviornmental issues...
In this rapidly expanding digital age, employers should spare a thought for how communication by employees via social media can create implications within the workplace.
The proposed Bill, if passed, will become the Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 2015.
The claim seeks to recover losses suffered by growers, attributable to the effects of Psa.
What are the characteristics of casual employment?