Consumer Law Reform Bill will make major changes
Consumer Law Reform Bill will make major changes
04 April 2013 | By  Barbara Versfelt  | Rick Shera
The Consumer Law Reform Bill (CLRB) had its second reading in Parliament on 12 December 2012 and should be passed sometime this year. It will make major changes to various consumer laws... Read More →
Consumer Law Reform Bill will make major changes
Consumer Law Reform Bill will make major changes
04 April 2013 | By  Barbara Versfelt  | Rick Shera
The Consumer Law Reform Bill (CLRB) had its second reading in Parliament on 12 December 2012 and should be passed sometime this year. It will make major changes to various consumer laws...
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Manifestly Unjust?
Manifestly Unjust?
13 March 2013 | By  Rick Shera
A few things to note from the most recent decision of the Copyright Tribunal in RIANZ v CAL2012-E000609 [2013] NZCOP 5 (see sidebar pdf), issued on 7 March 2013. The case involved a soldier who submitted he was overseas serving in Afghanistan when the infringements took place ...
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Foreign Charter Fishing Vessels (FCV’s):
Foreign Charter Fishing Vessels (FCV’s):
19 February 2013 | By  Karl Stolberger  | Barbara Versfelt
The 27 or so FCV's operating in New Zealand account for about half of the fish landed from our EEZ and bring with them some significant economic benefits. However FCV's have not been without their problems...
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Irish Court says Facebook doesn't have to filter posts
Irish Court says Facebook doesn't have to filter posts
13 February 2013 | By  Rick Shera
It's good to see Courts in various jurisdictions getting it. They understand that it is practically impossible and legally unjustified to try to impose on online service providers a duty to filter or otherwise proactively monitor content as it is uploaded and shared ...
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