Here at GQ we believe in sharing our knowledge with others which is why throughout the year various members of our team will be hosting a range of legal seminars. Join us, meet our team and learn more about the topics below.
- Each seminar is complimentary and spaces are limited.
- Registration for each seminar will open 1 month prior to the seminar date.
- Check back here for more information or sign up to receive notifications about our seminars here.
12pm Thursday 23 November
Hear from GQ Partner Troy Wano as we discuss the employment law policy changes on the horizon under a new government.
12pm Thursday 30 November
Rules and regulations have changed for Incorporated Societies under the new Act. Find out what you need to know to re-register.
The combined skills and experiences of the presenters were excellent and tailored to our local Taranaki market, making the information relevant and relatable for attendees. Presenters were engaging and the relaxed Q&A over a drink and some nibbles approach was appreciated & helpful. Well done team on another great event and the incredible mahi in pulling this all together.
Thanks to Annie Prosser, Cameron Hart and GQ for providing us with an informative presentation on the new Privacy Act 2020. Our team loved it and said it was a great refresher on privacy law and best practice in this area. We look forward to working with these spirited young lawyers in the future.
Annie Prosser & Beatrice Chamberlain presented a concise and easy-to-understand overview of Charitable Trust guidelines. It was good to have a clear explanation of the changes to the Trust Act and how they impact on our organisation. Thank you - and thanks for the lovely bite to eat too.
I enjoyed the dual presenters which broke up the content delivery - which at times is quite involved. Annie and Bea did a great job highlighting the key points and the food was lovely too!
An informative update on the Charitable Trusts and Trusts Act 2019. Slides were excellent.
The GQ lunchtime presentations provide relevant and timely information and perspectives to alert people of important issues arising from NZ legislation.