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Important Client Update – Anti Money Laundering

Tuesday 5, June 2018

New Zealand has passed a law called the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (we will call … Continue reading →

Unjustified Dismissal

Tuesday 24, April 2018

As an employer, it is crucial that you are aware of your legal responsibilities when dealing with your employees.  Being … Continue reading →

Dairy Farm Transactions and Fonterra

Tuesday 24, April 2018

It is an opportune time to share with you, potential issues farmers need to consider when buying and selling dairy … Continue reading →

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Thursday 21, December 2017

Merry Christmas everyone!  Firstly we’d like to thank you for your support this year.  Without our clients we wouldn’t be … Continue reading →

Regional/Suburban Law Firm of the Year

Friday 24, November 2017

Rachel, Chris & Sandy attended the NZ Law Awards last night at the Cordis, Auckland and were delighted to win … Continue reading →

NZ Law Awards Finalists

Friday 15, September 2017

We’re proud to announce we are finalists in this year’s NZ Law Awards in two categories: Regional/Suburban Law Firm of … Continue reading →

Sponsors of NZ Dairy Industry Awards 2017

Friday 17, March 2017

We are proud to again sponsor this year’s NZ Dairy Industry Awards for the Auckland/Hauraki, Waikato, Central Plateau and Bay of … Continue reading →

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Thursday 22, December 2016

Our offices are currently closed over the Christmas period and will reopen at 8.30am on Wednesday 11th January. From our … Continue reading →

2016 BlackmanSpargo Sports Scholarship Winners Announced

Thursday 15, December 2016

Congratulations to this year’s sports scholarship winners Holly & Luke Gardner and Jordan Berry! Two applicants, brother and sister, Luke … Continue reading →

Waikato Regional Council and Healthy Rivers

Friday 25, November 2016

There has been a large amount of publicity on the Waikato Regional Council’s Plan Change 1 for the Healthy Rivers … Continue reading →