Author Archives: Marinda du Toit - Practice Manager

Kim Dotcom – Deportation or Extradition?

Correction: This article was published under an incorrect name before. The author is Simon Laurent. Another strand in the¬†Dotcom saga, that first surfaced in 2014, has just reappeared after an enquiry by the New Zealand Herald.¬† I was one of … Continue reading

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We sign off until next year!

It has been a great year for Laurent Law and clients. We exceeded the targets that we set for ourselves and our clients. The ever changing world we live in allowed us to live, learn and change. We came out … Continue reading

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Introduction to Roxanne Whyte

We love it when a plan comes together. The final piece of the puzzle is now in place. Laurent Law went through a number of changes in the last few months. It all started with a new office and a … Continue reading

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Introduction to Jacqui Lee

How fortunate are we at Laurent Law to have the honour of introducing two experienced Staff Solicitors in one month? The business is rapidly expanding, and to be able to satisfy all our client needs we had to expand our … Continue reading

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Introduction to Dew James

Dew James joined the Laurent Law family on 3 July 2017 and we are ecstatic to have her on board. Dew migrated to New Zealand from Malaysia in 2002 and she called the Far North home for the first few … Continue reading

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Change is a Constant in Life!

We said goodbye to Mathew Martin on Friday, 2 June 2017. Mat was part of the team since November 2015. He moved to Australia with his partner and although this is a new and exciting adventure for him, he was … Continue reading

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Stuck between a rock and a hard place

A recent article in the New Zealand Herald made me realise once more how fragile our lives can become. The story of the English woman who can’t work in Australia but can’t leave to go back to the UK will … Continue reading

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