Commercial Law

On 23 August 2021, the Government announced its decision to formally require most businesses to keep contact tracing records at all alert levels. These requirements come into force at 11.59pm on 7 September 2021.

A common issue for commercial tenancies is payment of rent during periods where the tenant’s business cannot operate due to alert levels.

We have been acting for both businesses and consumers dealing with consumer issues arising from COVID-19.

Commercial Law

What is cartel behaviour and what does it mean to my business?

A speedy cost effective procedure to deal with disputes over rent abatement.

Commercial Law

With New Zealand in a Lockdown situation, Emergency Clauses have come under scrutiny.  Do they apply while NZ is at COVID-19 Alert Levels 4 and 3?

Commercial Law

On 3 April 2020, the Minister of Finance announced proposed changes to the Companies Act to protect companies affected by the Covid-19.

One of the major risks of being a director is the liability you face if the company fails. Thanks to a new decision from the High Court, this risk has just become a lot higher.

Holland Beckett Law is proud to present the seminar "Getting Ready for the Season" in conjunction with professional rider, Lucy Olphert.

Towards the end of 2017 the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017 came into force. The Act consolidates a number of commercial and business related statutes such as the Sale of Goods Act, Contracts (Privity) Act and Carriage of Goods Act. It applies to all commercial contracts entered into since 1 September 2017.