Solicitor

Victoria Bortsova

LLB(Hons)/BHSc
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Victoria is a solicitor in the disputes team.

Victoria graduated from the University of Auckland with a BHSc / LLB (Hons).  She joined Hesketh Henry as a law graduate in 2019 and was admitted to the Bar in October 2020.

Within the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team, Victoria assists with a range of civil matters including construction and insurance disputes.

Victoria is a member of the Society of Construction Law.  She is fluent in both written and spoken Russian.

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Insights & Opinion / Victoria Bortsova

The Commerce Commission is set to undertake a market study into the Retail Grocery Sector
On 17 November 2020 the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs announced a market study into the retail grocery sector through the Commerce Commission under Part 3A of the Commerce Act 1986 (Act)....
Entitlement to Indemnity under Marine Transit Insurance
The decision of the Full Federal Court of Australia in Swashplate Pty Ltd v Liberty Mutual Insurance Company trading as Liberty International Underwriters addresses the issue of when risk attaches pur...
16.09.2020 Posted in Insurance & Maritime & Trade and Commodities
The new Privacy Act: What will this mean for your Business?
The long awaited reform to New Zealand privacy law is currently making its way through the final stages in Parliament, and is expected to become law on 1 November 2020. The Privacy Bill (which when en...
25.05.2020 Posted in Business Advice & Employment
Contractor or Employee? The decision in Leota v Parcel Express Limited
The legal distinction between contractors and employees can sometimes be a fine one. Being an employee, rather than a contractor, is generally (and in most cases) advantageous to the worker as it prov...
12.05.2020 Posted in Business Advice & Employment
COVID-19: Extension of Leave Support Scheme for “At Risk” Workers
On 24 April 2020 and with a shift to Alert Level 3, the Government has announced that the COVID-19 Essential Workers Leave Support Scheme has been extended to cover “non-essential” workers who are...
04.05.2020 Posted in Business Advice & COVID-19 & Employment
Administration of Retentions Trust: Oorshot v Corbel Construction
In 2018 the decision of Bennet & Ors v Ebert Construction Limited (in rec and liq) [2018] NZHC 2934 (Ebert) established an important precedent for the administration of retentions under constructi...
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