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Our difference is
in relationships
Our difference is in relationships
Excellence
sets the bar
Excellence sets the bar
Ready to listen,
set to respond
Ready to listen, set to respond
Proudly serving the
Waikato since 1875
Proudly serving the Waikato since 1875

Specialist Lawyers

Respect is something that can only be earned, and in our 143 year history, we hope we’ve well and truly achieved that.

We’re renowned for excellence, our attention to detail, and our priority on hiring the very best people. But our focus on client relationships is what really sets us apart – real people, real care, real results.

More about us

Specialist Lawyers

Respect is something that can only be earned, and in our 143 year history, we hope we’ve well and truly achieved that.

We’re renowned for excellence, our attention to detail, and our priority on hiring the very best people. But our focus on client relationships is what really sets us apart – real people, real care, real results.

More about us

How can we help you today?

One of the things we pride ourselves on is the depth and distinction of our team, covering all aspects of law.

How can we help you today?

One of the things we pride ourselves on is the depth and distinction of our team, covering all aspects of law.

Our difference is in relationship

While it’s the business that sustains us, it’s the people that drive us. We do what we do to help people – our clients are key. And our open, accurate and one-step-ahead approach means achieving the best for them, every time.

Meet our team

Our difference is in relationship

While it’s the business that sustains us, it’s the people that drive us. We do what we do to help people – our clients are key. And our open, accurate and one-step-ahead approach means achieving the best for them, every time.

Meet our team

Our latest thinking

Our latest thinking

Triangular Employment Relationships

The Employment Relations (Triangular Employment) Amendment Act 2019 (new law) came into effect on 28 June 2020. This means a third party who has day to day control of an employee’s work, but is not the employer of the employee, could be exposed to a personal grievance claim from the employee.

Sherlock Holmes or Joe Bloggs? Who is entitled to conduct a workplace investigation into an employee?

Workplace investigations previously have been carried out by different persons, in various different capacities. However, a recent case has brought into question the legitimacy and legality of such investigations and who is legally entitled to conduct a workplace investigation. In this article, Jess Mathieson sets out the recent legal developments in this area and the potential implications that flow from these.

Contracting in the Health Sector – Key things to consider

While contracts for the supply of health services are similar to other contracts for the supply of services, there are several clauses that will need careful consideration to ensure that they meet the specific requirements of the sector. In this article, Paul Middlemiss, who regularly advises clients on large scale, technical, and commercial contracts sets out key considerations for those contracting in the health sector.

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