COVID-19: My Vaccine Pass

A friendly reminder that in the interest of keeping our clients, our people and our communities safe from COVID-19, you will be required to present your My Vaccine Pass when visiting our offices in Auckland, Christchurch and Queenstown. Ngā mihi nui.

Prashant Kumar

LLB, BCom, Solicitor

Prashant is a solicitor in the national Corporate & Commercial Team.  He joined the firm in February 2020 having completed a conjoint Bachelor of Laws, and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance at The University of Auckland.

Recent Articles


Court of Appeal Reviews Sentence for Fair Trading Act 1986 Breaches

In its first case considering sentencing under the Fair Trading Act 1986 (FTA), the Court of Appeal has significantly reduced the fines imposed by the High Court in Commerce Commission v Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd [2020] NZCA 549.

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Does your mental arithmetic match what the receipt says at the till?

In the lead-up to Christmas and with increased competition for discretionary spend (thanks to COVID-19), retailers must be careful when adopting pricing and promotional campaigns and ensure the point-of-sale pricing is accurate. This recent case highlights the need to quickly respond to customer complaints and correct pricing errors or risk substantial penalties, even where the financial gain to the retailer is minimal.

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Toy Importers Fined for Supplying Unsafe Goods

In late 2018, the Commerce Commission began investigating Greenstar Holding Limited (Greenstar) and SDL Trading Limited (SDL) due to concerns that they each supplied retailers with children’s toys that did not meet product safety standards.

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Use of Influencers in Advertising – important new changes for advertisers and influencers released by the Advertising Standards Authority

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has released a guidance note (Note) to clarify their expectations around influencer advertising. Its purpose is to benefit consumers with increased certainty and transparency when advertisers use influencers to promote their products or services.

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