Court of Appeal

Eric Houghton

Capital Letter: Why the Court of Appeal ruled against shareholders in the Feltex share prospectus case

Wed 19 Oct 1

On appeal, the shareholders’ primary focus had shifted from the Fair Trading Act 1986 to the Securities Act 1978, with the claim in negligence abandoned.

Sarah Sparks

Sarah Sparks successfully appeals but ball in bank’s court

Thu 12 May

Court of Appeal sees bank's sale of estranged couple's properties as inevitable.

Glenda Wynyard (photo: Victoria Young)

Questions raised about Glenda Wynyard’s appeal

Wed 20 Apr 12

An expert in financial crime is questioning whether two successful appeals by former media agency boss Glenda Wynyard are another example of white-collar criminals getting special treatment.

REAA chief executive Kevin Lampen-Smith

Appeal Court rules Barfoot & Thompson's policy a conflict of interest

Tue 19 Apr 3

An abdication of primary duty by Barfoot & Thompson to act in best interests of clients –Court of Appeal. With special feature audio.

Judge boots former rest home operators’ ‘unauthorised’ liability to $1.7 million

Fri 19 Feb

The former husband and wife operators of a rest home ordered to repay more than $1.4 million they used “as their own” have been hit with a further $360,000 liability as a Court of Appeal date looms.


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