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Friday, 1 June 2012
Chapman Tripp appoints 21 new senior associates and three special counsel Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce the appointment of 21 new Senior Associates, across all practices and offices of the firm, and three Special Counsel, effective today. 493 views

Friday, 4 May 2012
Chapman Tripp appoints construction law expert Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce that construction law expert Brian Clayton joins the firm’s Auckland office today. 1257 views

Friday, 10 February 2012
Salmond Ignores NZ'S Robust Corporate Tax Regime Professor Rob Salmond’s claims (reported in the New Zealand Herald on Tuesday) that the rich are taxed less in New Zealand than in comparable countries because New Zealand has a comprehensive GST but no capital gains tax ignores some important facts, says Casey Plunket, a member of the 2010 Tax Working Group and a tax partner at Chapman Tripp. 721 views

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Phase Two RMA reforms – bigger than Ben Hur? The Phase One reforms to the Resource Management Act (RMA) in the Government’s first term were substantial but Phase Two, scheduled for next year, promises to be bigger. 410 views

Monday, 12 December 2011
Chapman Tripp announces new partner in christchurch Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Partner, Garth Gallaway, in the firm’s Christchurch office, effective 12 December 2011. 370 views

Thursday, 1 December 2011
Chapman Tripp announces five new partners Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce five new partners in the firm’s Auckland and Wellington offices, effective 1 December. 371 views

Tuesday, 8 November 2011
Lien vs Security Interest – who wins? A lien is the right to hold on to goods, and in some cases sell them, in order to ensure payment. 1719 views

Monday, 26 September 2011
Five New Senior Solicitors At Chapman Tripp Chapman Tripp is pleased to congratulate five new senior solicitors from the firm’s Wellington and Christchurch corporate, litigation and resource management teams on their promotions, effective 1 September. 864 views

Wednesday, 21 September 2011
Toward a stronger company registration regime Legislation to tighten company registration requirements to prevent shell companies being set up for criminal purposes in New Zealand will be introduced to the House next month. 312 views

Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Material adverse change clauses – useful but not omnipotent Material adverse change – or MAC – clauses are commonly used as a form of insurance in merger and acquisition arrangements or loan financing documents. 413 views

Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Climbing Mount Improbable - bringing reason to the regulation of derivatives The modernisation of derivatives regulation will be welcomed by everyone who has had to battle the vagaries and inadequacies of Part 3 of the Securities Markets Act 1988 and the series of Authorised Futures Notices that, in practicality, define the existing regime. 400 views

Tuesday, 6 September 2011
Crime and punishment in the draft Financial Markets Conduct Bill A key objective of both the establishment of the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) and the general review of securities law is to persuade retail investors that they can have confidence in the regulatory framework and that misconduct will be punished. 397 views

Thursday, 2 June 2011
Two new senior appointments at Chapman Tripp Chapman Tripp is pleased to congratulate two new Principals* from the firm's Auckland property and litigation teams on their promotions, effective 1 May. 650 views