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Chapman Tripp – High Court Decision on Hacked Data – It Must Be Deleted

The recent High Court judgment against Radio New Zealand (RNZ) follows the approach in Slater v APN in relation to hacked information and is likely to influence future Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) and Media Council decisions. Background …

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FAQ: Toronto Landlord Tenant Law – The Importance of Knowing Your Rights

Property rental laws in Canada vary across different provinces. Those involved in renting a property need to be aware of the relevant landlord/tenant legislation that applies in their locality. It is important to ensure you …

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DLA Piper advises FullStory in its US$103 million Series D financing

August 23, 2021 – DLA Piper represented FullStory, a leader in digital experience intelligence (DXI), in its recent oversubscribed US$103 million Series D financing. The round was led by Permira’s growth fund, which backs leading tech-enabled and …

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Freshfields appoints Sarah K. Solum as US Regional Managing Partner

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer US LLP has appointed Sarah K. Solum as its new regional managing partner for the United States. She succeeds Matthew Herman in the role. Freshfields’ Senior Partner Georgia Dawson commented, “I am delighted that Sarah will be leading …

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New Zealand’s Top 5 Law Jobs This Week: Lockdown Law Opportunities and the Secret Of People Who Work Two Jobs

The New Zealand lockdown, if nothing else, provides an opportunity to examine our work, as well as home. You have a friend who is working two jobs and using the pandemic as a cover story, …

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Australia Association of Women Judges Statement on Women Judges in Afghanistan

The Australian Association of Women Judges (AAWJ) joins with the manyinternational and national associations expressing their grave concerns about theunfolding situation in Afghanistan, particularly for women and girls.The AAWJ supports the efforts to evacuate Australian …

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