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US Nike executive Larry Miller admitted he killed a teen, would he be treated the same in New Zealand? | Stuff.co.nz

Our Employment Law Team is led by David Burton, who has written this article appearing in Stuff about the law when an Employer finds out an Employee has previous criminal convictions.  Contact David here. https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/opinion-analysis/300460683/us-nike-executive-larry-miller-admitted-he-killed-a-teen-would-he-be-treated-the-same-in-new-zealand David Burton/Principal E: david.burton@mhlaw.co.nz P: 04 974 4138 Chris Scarrott/Associate…

EMPLOYMENT LAW NEWSLETTER

ISSUE NOVEMBER | 2021 The Employment Specialists from Cullen Law joined Mahony Horner Lawyers from 1 November 2021 and we welcome them to the MHL team. Bonuses and the Calculation of Holiday Pay Employers sometimes use bonuses to incentivise employees, usually to assist businesses achieve…

COMPLIANCE NEWS – INSURERS

OCTOBER ISSUE | 2021 FMA releases guidance on insurance customer’s vulnerability Earlier this month, the Financial Markets Authority (the FMA) published an updated guidance sheet setting the expectations for how financial service providers should deal with vulnerable customers.  The guidance defines a vulnerable customers as…

COMPLIANCE NEWS – INSURERS

SEPTEMBER ISSUE | 2021 Reserve Bank seeking consultation on insurance policy security consultation As part of the Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Act (IPSA) review currently in progress, the Reserve Bank is seeking consultation on whether the current legislation adequately protects policy holders. The consultation paper includes…

COMPLIANCE NEWS – INSURERS

AUGUST ISSUE | 2021 Reserve Bank consults on Interim Insurance Solvency Standard The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has begun consultation on an interim solvency standards for insurers (the Interim Standard).  The Interim Standard implements the upcoming changes to accounting rules created by IFRS 17…

COMPLIANCE NEWS – INSURERS

JULY ISSUE | 2021 This month we look at the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) and Holidays Increasing Sick Leave Amendment Bills and the New National Disaster Response Insurance Scheme. We also provide our general update on relevant legislation. FINANCIAL MARKETS (CONDUCT OF INSTITUTIONS) AMENDMENT…