News News Leaky homes: 144 homeowners vs James Hardie. James Hardie wins Emma Gabor September 24, 2021 No Comments Cladding manufacturer James Hardie wins legal battle by arguing that the claimants’ homes were leaky because they have been poorly built. News “No win no pay” agreement costs a lot August 12, 2021 “No win no pay” means you have to pay if there is a win. And sometimes you pay a lot. News Who pays when a tree damages powerlines? June 22, 2021 A party responsible for creating a state of affairs that unreasonably interferes with a neighbouring property is strictly liable for the consequences. News Uber London finds itself with 30,000 employees after the UK Supreme Court rules that Uber drivers are workers of the company February 26, 2021 Uber drivers entitled to minimum wage, leave and other workers’ rights News Risk of costs in scattergun multi-party litigation November 19, 2020 A High Court decision on who should pay costs when a litigated case is discontinued. News Lawyers and the media, another reminder November 10, 2020 Lawyers must protect and hold in strict confidence all information concerning a client. A recent decision from the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal … News How to apply the Disputes Tribunal’s financial limit when there is a counterclaim October 15, 2020 The Disputes Tribunal can only award damages up to the small limit prescribed by law. In a recent case, the High Court clarified how to … « Previous 1 2 3 Next » The opinions expressed in the articles on this page are not legal advice. Please take legal advice specific to your needs and always #readyourpolicy.