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Summary of temporary measures likely to be implemented to prevent businesses & individuals facing financial distress.
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Article discusses the effect of COVID-19 on shared care arrangements.
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Article discusses Wills, Powers of Attorney, E-signing, lease renewals, trust matters, gifting & forgiveness of debt.
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Article provides an update on employment law issues resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic including suspension, subsidies etc
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Discussion about alternative ways to resolve disputes during the COVID-19 pandemic, whilst courts stand still.
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Specialist pandemic cover may become a feature of the local insurance market, but pandemic claims are mostly excluded.
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All non-essential businesses must close - where employees can work from home, they should do so and be paid accordingly.
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The article canvasses COVID-19 issues with personal insurances: Travel, Health, Life and Income Protection Insurances.
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The message was clear: the courts will continue to operate, though practices may need to change to limit social contact.
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This article sets out issues created by the pandemic that employers should be aware of, that may impact their employees.
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These measures may assist NZ businesses and individuals, in financial distress because of COVID-19, avoid liquidation.
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Purchasers may be reluctant to commit to an acquisition given the uncertainty of performance as a result of COVID-19.
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Construction projects rely on a healthy labour force and on materials and components often produced in another country.
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The spread of COVID-19 is leading businesses to consider whether they should go ahead with some deals under negotiation.
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The spread of COVID-19 and government measures in response means an economic downturn and increasing business failures.
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As the pandemic develops, remember 'business-as-usual' aspects of litigation, that could cause big problems if ignored.
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The spread of the pandemic COVID-19 is affecting supply chains and the ability of businesses to perform their contracts.
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The New Zealand Government has recently introduced the Screen Industry Workers Bill into Parliament.
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Author encourages you to challenge yourself to see change as an opportunity and not a threat.
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The New Zealand Employment Court has ruled that an employee was not made redundant because the new role proposed by his employer was not substantively different to his existing position.
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