recognised leaders in the development of the law of negligence
‘Our articles’ contains the many articles our lawyers write for numerous publications. ‘Firm news’ contains general news about Heaney & Partners or our team. ‘In the media’ is where we have links to stories from around New Zealand that we think our clients will find interesting.
We are excited to announce a number of internal promotions within the firm.
In quashing the conviction of Peter Ellis, the Supreme Court has reaffirmed the role of tikanga in the development of New Zealand's common law.
A couple had to sell their house after they discovered the four-bedroom house they'd just purchased only had consent for two of those rooms.
The Supreme Court has refused to grant a censured councillor leave to appeal, in a case centred around the councillor’s behaviour over a $12 parking ticket.
Insurance costs may rise significantly and some properties may become uninsurable due to an increased risk of flooding.
We are delighted to welcome Claudia, Emma and Kathleen to our team.
If you've lost half a dozen cattle, they may be in the possession of Hamilton City Council, after cattle were found wandering in suburbia with no clear owners or identification tags.
Kaitāia’s $15.3 million Sweetwater project brings new water resilience to the Far North.
Ninety years ago a poor little snail had an unfortunate accident. His accident laid the foundation for the modern law of negligence in common law jurisdictions across the world by establishing the general principles of the duty of care.