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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

Key steps for a unit title subdivision

Unit titles are becoming more popular and more complex as we see limited greenfield space available for housing, and limited funding for greenfields infrastructure, making infill an easier and more efficient land use option. This article looks at the basics of forming a unit title development from a fee simple section.
Privacy Act 2020 – What Are The Impacts On Your Organisation?

Privacy Act 2020 – What are the impacts on your organisation?

In addition to Christmas, December 2020 is bringing us a new Privacy Act. The Privacy Act 2020 comes into force on 1 December 2020. With it, comes some changes you need to be aware of before you get into holiday mode. In this article, Jess Mathieson sets out the recent legal developments in this area and the potential implications if you are not up to speed with the new requirements.
Have You Failed A CPO By Selling, Or Supplying Alcohol To A Minor?

Have you failed a CPO by selling, or supplying alcohol to a minor?

As an alcohol licensing specialist lawyer, I see licensees sign negotiated suspension agreements with the Police on the basis that they have sold alcohol to a minor (an alleged failed CPO). However, this is not as black & white as it seems. The article below provides commentary on s 239(1) and the offences covered by that section.

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