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Episode 11: claiming GST in a civil proceeding
A very brief review of some of the basics of how GST should be treated in a civil claim, in light of a recent case: Dodds v Southern Response (2019).
Episode 10: Coping cogently with contingencies
An analysis of the NZ Court of Appeal's decision in Avonside Holdings Ltd v Southern Response Earthquake Services Ltd  NZCA 483.
Episode 9: immunity for residential tenants to subrogated claims
A review of the recent NZ High Court decision Holler & Rouse v Osaki  NZHC 1977 (20 August 2014, Justice Keane).
Episode 8: NZ changes to barrister intervention rule
Changes to the barrister intervention rule in NZ are imminent.
Episode 7: update of recent developments in NZ insurance law
An update on two recent insurance cases: Campbell v Southern Response and Ridgecrest v IAG.
Episode 6: maintenance and champerty is alive and kicking
A recent New Zealand case confirms that maintenance and champerty is still something to look out for.
I've found this podcast to be informative of New Zealand legal developments in the insurance area. Good for listening to in the car if you don't have time to read the cases.