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Our people

Real, approachable, and an asset you can’t do without. We set the bar at excellence at Harkness Henry, and our specialist team is nothing less. Passionate about our practice, each of our lawyers is highly regarded in their field of expertise, and our team members are often asked to advise on significant issues affecting the Waikato region and economy. They’re ready to listen, set to respond, and are always working for your best – come and meet them.

Our people

Real, approachable, and an asset you can’t do without. We set the bar at excellence at Harkness Henry, and our specialist team is nothing less. Passionate about their practise, each of our lawyers is highly regarded in their field of expertise, and our team members are often asked to advise on significant issues affecting the Waikato region and economy. They’re ready to listen, set to respond, and are always working for your best – come and meet them.

Our latest thinking

Our latest thinking

New war on NIMBYs

New Zealand’s urban areas could look very different in the coming years because of sweeping townhouse bill passes into law.

Rent Abatement – Levelling the playing field

Changes to the Property Law Act mean that tenants may now be able to claim a rent abatement even when the lease agreement does not provide for this. In this article Laura Fischer sets out the changes and what it means for landlords and tenants.

No Work, No Pay? Not likely – The status of employees unable to work during lockdown

Do employers need to pay employees who are ready and willing but unable to work from home? The short answer is – most probably. Guidance from the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) and the Employment Court suggests that this obligation is not displaced by the inability of employees to work remotely.

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