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Monday 1 March 2010

Chambers Global names Bell Gully New Zealand market leader

Bell Gully has again emerged as a market-leading law firm in the latest research by international legal publisher Chambers and Partners. Read on

Related topics: Corporate / Commercial, Banking and Finance, Competition, Energy, Government, Litigation, Employment, Insolvency, Technology, Climate Change, Intellectual Property, Tax

Friday 19 February 2010

Social networking: Google users aBuzz about online privacy

Google launched its newest social networking service Buzz last week and immediately set users around the globe talking. Read on

Related topics: Technology, Media and Entertainment

Wednesday 23 December 2009

Bell Gully assists in delivery of major New Zealand transport technology project

The signing of a contract to deliver an integrated super transport ticket for Auckland marks a significant milestone for many involved in the project, including Bell Gully as legal advisers. Read on

Related topics: Transport, Technology, Government, Infrastructure and Projects

Wednesday 4 November 2009

Ringleaders punished for role in "largest pharmaceutical spamming operation in the history of the internet"

New Zealand's anti-spam agency is hailing a major success after the High Court awarded significant penalties against two local men involved in what is being described as the "largest pharmaceutical spamming operation in the history of the internet". Read on

Related topics: Technology, Marketing and Sales, Litigation

Tuesday 25 August 2009

Entrepreneurs head to Waitangi for MORGO 2009

Future Focus is the theme for this year's major conference for entrepreneurs to be held at Waitangi this week. Read on

Related topics: Technology

Monday 16 March 2009

Chambers Global names Bell Gully New Zealand market leader

Bell Gully has topped the New Zealand law firm rankings for the sixth consecutive year in leading international legal publication Chambers Global. Read on

Related topics: Corporate / Commercial, Banking and Finance, Climate Change, Litigation, Employment, Technology, Intellectual Property, Insolvency

Monday 9 March 2009

First years of domain name disputes system under microscope

A new regime for dealing with domain name disputes in New Zealand has been in place since June 2006 and it's largely working well, says Bell Gully's Kevin Glover. Read on

Related topics: Litigation, Technology, Intellectual Property

Thursday 5 February 2009

$100,000 penalty for spamming

The High Court has recently considered the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 for the first time, and ordered a spammer to pay $100,000. Read on

Related topics: Technology, Intellectual Property

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