Solicitor

Brooke Taylor

LLB(Hons) / BSc
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Brooke is a Solicitor in our Corporate and Commercial Team.

Brooke joined Hesketh Henry in February 2022 as a Law Graduate after completing her BSc/LLB(Hons) at the University of Auckland.

Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a Legal Assistant for 3 years at a general practice law firm in Newmarket.  As a member of our Business Advice team, she helps assists with corporate and commercial matters.

Brooke is currently the Secretary for the University of Auckland Netball Club.

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Privacy Commissioner releases draft biometrics privacy code
Biometrics is a trending issue and with the development of technology there are consistently more ways biometric data can be used, from replacing a password to identifying repeat shoplifters in a shop...
03.05.2024 Posted in Business Advice
Incorporated societies’ reregistration deadline – April 2026 may be closer than you think
The Incorporated Societies Act 2022 (2022 Act) came fully into force on 5 October 2023, meaning incorporated societies can now apply for reregistration under the 2022 Act.  Approximately 24,000 exist...
16.04.2024 Posted in Business Advice
Key change to rules on distribution of surplus assets under the new Incorporated Societies Act 2022
On 5 October 2023, the new Incorporated Societies Act 2022 (2022 Act) came fully into force, replacing the Incorporated Societies Act 1908 (1908 Act). One of the key requirements under the 2022 Act is...
18.10.2023 Posted in Business Advice
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Developer Alert: OIO indicates discretionary exemptions may be possible for holders of Transitional Exemption Certificates
Developers of large apartment developments holding transitional exemption certificates (which are set to expire in August 2023) may be able to get a discretionary exemption from the OIO, which would a...
28.07.2023 Posted in Business Advice & Foreign Investment & Property
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Cheers!… to advertising alcohol…socially responsibly
The Advertising Standards Authority’s (ASA) Alcohol Advertising and Promotion Code (Code) has been in play for just over a year now and social responsibility is top of the list of concerns with alcohol advertisements.
08.09.2022 Posted in Business Advice
New proposals on modern slavery place higher responsibilities on NZ organisations
Over recent years, modern slavery has become a more prominent issue in New Zealand.
13.05.2022 Posted in Business Advice
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