Bill Walsh

LLB (Hons) BCom (Economics)
Bill Walsh is a solicitor in the Business Advice team at Hesketh Henry.

Bill attended the University of Canterbury completing an LLB (Hons) and BCOM (Economics). Since joining Hesketh Henry in October 2014, Bill has gained experience advising clients on a range of corporate and commercial legal issues.

Prior to joining Hesketh Henry Bill gained legal experience whilst clerking for a large New Zealand firm and a mid-sized British firm.

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Examples of work completed by Bill include:

  • drafting, reviewing and providing advice on commercial agreements including distribution agreements, joint-development agreements, confidentiality/ non–disclosure agreements, terms of trade and joint-venture agreements;
  • drafting agreements and providing advice relating to the sale and purchase of businesses along with assisting with due diligence and undertaking completion of those transactions;
  • providing intellectual property advice generally as well as assisting with the protection of intellectual property rights through the registration/ renewal of trade marks;
  • advising clients on a range of advertising and consumer law issues;
  • drafting corporate company documentation including shareholder agreements, company constitutions and board and shareholder resolutions;
  • providing general corporate compliance advice and ongoing assistance to companies on matters including the new AML/CFT requirements, company incorporations and financial service provider registrations; and
  • presenting to Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand on Privacy Law from an E-Commerce perspective.

Insights & Opinion / Bill Walsh

Continued Importance of IP Protection for Manufacturers
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has recently released a report which identified key trends and challenges for the manufacturing sector.
28.06.2018 Posted in Corporate & Commercial law
First judgment on whether a director “lives in” New Zealand
The Companies Act gives no guidance on how to determine whether a director will pass the Residency Requirement in New Zealand.
25.07.2016 Posted in Company Law
“Hallelujah, I’m free!” Exiting a multi-owner SME – the importance of a Shareholders’ Agreement
A Shareholders' Agreement is a contract between a company's owners which should regulated the way the business operates and how owners deal with each other.
19.07.2016 Posted in Corporate & Commercial law
New Director and Disclosure Requirements for New Zealand Companies
New director residency requirements are about to be introduced for all New Zealand Companies.  These changes come into effect on 1 May 2015, with all existing companies having an additional 180 days ...
24.04.2015 Posted in Corporate & Commercial law
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