Jack Stringer

LLB (Hons), Solicitor

Jack is a solicitor in the national Dispute Resolution Team specialising in commercial litigation, including employment, health and safety and insolvency law.

Jack advises employers on all aspects of employment relations law including restructuring, organisational change, restraint of trade, protection of confidential information, negotiated exits, and disciplinary intervention by employers.  He also advises on issues concerning Holidays Act, Privacy Act, Human Rights Act, and Health and Safety at Work Act compliance.

Jack has a particular interest in issues in corporate and personal insolvency, regularly advising clients on matters relating to insolvency procedure and debt recovery.

Jack joined the firm in February 2018 having graduated from the University of Canterbury with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours.


Recent Articles


Government passes changes to employment relations law

On 6 December 2018, the Government passed its flagship Employment Relations Amendment Bill. The Bill seeks to restore a number of minimum standards and protections for employees, as well as strengthen collective bargaining and union rights in the workplace.

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Cost of non-compliance: falling foul of AML/CFT obligations

The recent decision of the High Court in Department of Internal Affairs v Qian Duoduo Limited comes as a timely reminder to reporting entities about the risks associated with failing to comply with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism regime under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009.

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The neighbourly bane of trees blocking light: what can you do?

Boundary trees block your views, access to light, or even Wi-Fi signals. What can you do? This was the issue that came before the High Court on appeal from the District Court in Vickery v Thoroughgood [2018] NZHC 2303.

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