The Government announced new measures designed to protect those who choose to continue trading through the Covid-19 crisis. We examine the upcoming changes.
Lowndes is the sole New Zealand representative of Multilaw, an international network of law firms which attained an impressive band 1 ranking in the Chambers Asia-Pacific 2020 directory.
We are delighted to announce Mark Lowndes’ nomination as a finalist in the 2019 New Zealand Law Awards Managing Partner of the Year <100 category.
This year will mark the 22nd year of Lowndes Christmas cards designed by Bret de Thier.
Our firm is very proud of this collection of 21 clever, elegant designs.
The Lowndes team were so impressed with the Give a Kid a Blanket community activated art action that we elected to support it again this winter. It is the brain child and is fuelled by the passion of artists Donna Turtle Sarten & Bernie Harfleet, who build a “Community of Kindness” to simply assist those who are cold.
Third Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2019. While cash is in retreat in New Zealand, it is still in a strong position in other countries. Nonetheless, digital currencies continue to evolve and gain ground.
Lowndes is honoured to be nominated by Enviro-Mark Solutions for Excellence in Climate Action.
This year Lowndes’ carbon emissions were offset with credits from Puhi Peaks Permanent Forest Sink Initiative.
VALUABLE ADVICE from Workshop 2 | The Future of Work: Developing productive, sustainable, and socially-inclusive work models in the face of rapid technological change and value shifts
Second Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2019 revealed that the world of work is changing faster than ever. Widespread connectivity, increased automation, and emerging technologies, together with shifting demographics and changing values, are disrupting individual roles, moving work practice boundaries, blurring the nature of work and traditional models of employment and rewards, and challenging established business strategy.
VALUABLE ADVICE from Workshop 1 | Intangible Assets Driving Success and Failure – the Risks and Rewards of a Critical Asset Class
Our first Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2019 revealed that many businesses and their boards of directors may have an inadequate understanding of the intangible assets under their control, the value of those assets and how best to protect those assets. Intangible assets include items such as data, content, brands, software code, confidential information, regulatory approvals, design assets and patents.
Lowndes Receives Extensive Recognition in the Prestigious Chambers Asia-Pacific 2019 Guide to Leading Asia-Pacific Law Firms
Lowndes has been recognised again in the international Chambers Asia-Pacific 2019 Guide to Leading Asia-Pacific Law Firms.