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Director Liable for misleading conduct - Dukesons Business Law - Business Lawyer - Commercial Lawyer

October 2017

A warning for directors and even shareholders: Directors (and shareholders for that matter) can’t assume that they can hide behind their companies if they engage in misleading or deceptive conduct in… Read more

Trial Periods - risk as to payment in lieu of notice. Employment Lawyer Auckland Dukesons Business Law

October 2017

The risk: It may not be lawful to pay an employee in lieu of notice in relation to a trial period and it would be risky to rely on any provision in an employment agreement that provides for… Read more

Trust Me – really? Consumer Lawyer Auckland – Dukesons Business Law

September 2017

Heat pump supplier Fujitsu General New Zealand Limited is the latest in an increasing long line of companies which, no doubt, would expect consumer trust based on what the companies consider to be… Read more

Beware of Unfair Contract Terms - Contract Lawyer Auckland – Dukesons Business Law

August 2017

The recent review by the Commerce Commission of gym contracts under the unfair contract terms regime should sound a warning to all businesses that have standard contracts with consumers (which can… Read more

Lessons for businesses dealing with consumers – Consumer Lawyer Auckland - Dukesons Business Law

August 2017

The Commerce Commission has sent warning letters to four telecommunication companies about specific conduct that the Commission considers breached the Fair Trading Act. Telcos will be under… Read more

Trade Marks – if you don’t use them you may lose them – Trade Mark Lawyer Auckland – Dukesons Business Law

August 2017

Once registered, a trader has to use the mark – otherwise, others (especially competitors) can apply to have the registration of the mark revoked. Read more

Terms of Trade - Too Easy to Underestimate - Contract Lawyer Auckland - Dukesons Business Law

July 2017

The consequences of not getting them right can be severe. Read more

Employee or Contractor? Take the time to find out - another recent case. Employment Lawyer Auckland. Dukesons Business Law

June 2017

Another recent case shows the need to take the trouble to make sure whether a worker is a contractor or employee. Read more

Trial periods and payment in lieu of notice. Employment Lawyer Auckland – Dukesons Business Law

May 2017

Can an employer pay an employee in lieu of giving them notice if the employer wants to terminate the employment during the trial period? Read more

Warnings for Retailers of Products and Services – Consumer Lawyer Auckland – Dukesons Business Law

May 2017

The Commerce Commission has issued an open letter to retailers to encourage retailers to improve the pricing practices Read more

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