2018 Employment Law Seminar Series

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27 March – Dealing with Poor Performers 

  • We will work through a poor performance example from start to finish and discuss the ‘traps’ and potential ‘short cuts’ along the way. We will talk through the practical steps you can take to deal with poor performers more easily and in a way which reduces your risk.

26 June – Beyond the ‘9 to 5’ – Employment Law for the Modern Workforce

  • The ‘Gig Economy’ is on the tip of every HR Managers’ tongue, but what does that mean in a practical sense? We discuss the current ‘hot-topics’ in the gig economy, including:
    • Casual workers – how to deal with holidays and shift patterns
    • Contractors and the risk of them being found to be employees
    • Agency workers and temps – recent case developments and what you should be aware of

28 August – Legislative Changes

  • The Government’s legislative changes will have a significant impact for some employers. We will update you on the changes and talk you through the practical steps you need to take in relation to
    • 90-day trial periods
    • Bargaining
    • Rest and meal breaks
    • Vulnerable employees

23 October – Health and Safety at Work

  • Health and safety remains a key concern from the shop-floor to the Boardroom. We will discuss recent developments in this area and address:
    • Working with WorkSafe
    • Managing an investigation
    • Enforceable undertakings and what your are options once charges are laid

Quigg Partners Boardroom
Level 8, The Bayleys Building
36 Brandon Street (Corner Brandon Street and Lambton Quay)

12:30 pm to 2:00 pm (light lunch provided)

$75 (including GST) per seminar or $250 (including GST) for all four seminars (places transferable)
Payment via cheque or direct credit to Quigg Partners Account No. 06-0501-0859155-00

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2017 Corporate Law Wine & Wisdom Seminar Series

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11 AprilTakeovers Code – For Code/Listed Companies

Public M&A in New Zealand has dramatically changed with a new approach to Schemes of Arrangement making Schemes a more attractive alternative structure.

This presentation will focus on practical guidance for those that might be involved in a takeover/scheme – don’t wait until a notice of offer is made/received – be prepared!

9 MayContract Law Issues for Commercial Managers

A practical guide to contract law: what to accept, what to avoid and how to negotiate a good deal, including:

  • When is a contract legally binding?
  • When can a party terminate?
  • Tricks and traps to avoid
  • What are the consequences of breach?

20 JuneBuying and Selling a Business

An overview of the legal issues relevant to the sale or purchase of a business, including:

  • Tips for an effective and efficient process
  • Structure: Shares or Assets?
  • Due diligence: identifying risk and ensuring value
  • Negotiating strategies
  • Managing risk and maximising value

11 JulyJoint Ventures/Strategic Alliances

We will discuss our experiences establishing and working with joint ventures along with recent legal developments in the area, including:

  • Shareholder agreements
  • Limited partnerships
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Case law imposing fiduciary duties on parties to a joint venture

8 AugustCapital Raising

An overview of legal issues arising from companies and directors seeking to raise capital, including:

  • Private placements
  • Venture capital investments
  • Private equity strategy – fund raising and exit strategy
  • Developments in securities law for public offers


Level 8, The Bayleys Building
36 Brandon Street, Wellington.

Time and Cost

Seminars are from 4:30pm to 6:00pm (Wine and nibbles provided).
Cost is $75 (including GST) per person per seminar.


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