Events

Events
  • Tuesday 6 July 20212021 The Law of Equity in Commerce

    Session one covers the fiduciary principle in commercial matters. The speakers will illustrate the boundary between fiduciary and non-fiduciary relationships, while looking at whether and how commercial actors can contract out of equitable responsibility. Session one amplifies the remedies for breach of fiduciary duty from personal relief (account of profits and damages) to proprietary response (constructive and resulting trusts). And session one offers the latest word on the sort of third party liability banks and intermediaries fear the most: dishonest assistance and knowing receipt. This session is available as a live webinar. Please email info@legalresearch.org.nz to advise if you wish to view via webinar.

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  • Tuesday 6 July 2021 - and also Wednesday 4 August 20212021 The Law of Equity in Commerce for both seminars

    Session one covers the fiduciary principle in commercial matters. The speakers will illustrate the boundary between fiduciary and non-fiduciary relationships, while looking at whether and how commercial actors can contract out of equitable responsibility. Session one amplifies the remedies for breach of fiduciary duty from personal relief (account of profits and damages) to proprietary response (constructive and resulting trusts). And session one offers the latest word on the sort of third party liability banks and intermediaries fear the most: dishonest assistance and knowing receipt. In session two the speakers review latest developments in estoppel which offers a supra-contractual cause of action. And more on remedies with advice on tracing claims and practical tips on how to secure interim injunctive relief in a range of commercial contexts. These two sessions are available as live webinar. Please email info@legalresearch.org.nz to advise if you wish to view via webinar.

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  • Wednesday 4 August 20212021 The Law of Equity in Commerce session 2

    In session two the speakers review latest developments in estoppel which offers a supra-contractual cause of action. And more on remedies with advice on tracing claims and practical tips on how to secure interim injunctive relief in a range of commercial contexts. This session is available as a live webinar. Please email info@legalresearch.org.nz to advise if you wish to view via webinar.

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