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High Court

Belgrave Finance receivers fail in compound interest bid

Chapman Tripp partner Michael Arthur

Vector Arena managers chase bond for Mainzeal repair work

Vector Arena

ASB loses evidence bout in $153m IRD stoush

David Goddard QC

Post election court date for ousted NZ First MP

Andrew Williams

Slater loses bid to gag media

Judge accepted emails stolen from Whale Oil's computer are of public interest, but also said court must be concerned about deterring hackers.

High Court rules media outlets can report information they have obtained from the hacker RawShark (aka Whaledump). RAW DATA: Judgment in full.

Belgrave receivers close to $15 million claim over Buckley and Schofield

Chapman Tripp partner Michael Arthur

Mr Arthur told NBR ONLINE that in the High Court at Auckland yesterday Justice John Fogarty indicated he would grant judgment in favour of the receivers