Shapes, smells and sounds can be registered as trade marks as well as words and logos. Business proprietors need to thnk carefully about protecting their intellectual property in times where electronic communcications and low…more
Businesses should consider changing their employment agreements to allow for 90 day trial periods and also, changing manuals or policies that cover leave entitlements to ensure that they reflect what the law will provide from…more
The PPSA affects a wide range of persons and transactions including sales on credit, leases of goods, equipment and livestock for a term of more than one year, and secured loans. The credit provider needs to be aware of the PPSA…more
Business names, brands and logos are valuable, so steps should be taken to prorect them. The short article outlines the main steps that can be taken…more
A general article on the Personal Property and Securities Act 1999, New Zealand and how it affects suppliers of goods and businesses that lease goods (equipment, livestock etc). A must know for businesses…more
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