Bell Gully InHouse seminar programme

Auckland InHouse seminars


WEDNESDAY 15 MARCH 2017 | AUCKLAND | Level 21, Vero Centre, 48 Shortland Street


Recent trends in M&A
5.30pm - 6.30pm 
Presenter: Anna Buchly

For businesses embarking upon an M&A deal, there have always been a myriad of issues to plan for and overcome. This seminar highlights some of the developments that in recent years have become an increasingly important part of M&A transactions and outlines some of the mechanisms and steps required to address them. This seminar will include a discussion on: 

  • Changes in M&A processes, including: 
    • the increased complexity of regulatory approvals, and 
    • cyber security vulnerabilities. 
  • Terms of transactions, including: 
    • the use of MAC clauses, 
    • the move against vendor warranty limitations for ‘fundamental’ warranties, 
    • an update on the use of warranty and indemnity insurance, and 
    • the use of ‘locked box’ pricing mechanisms. 
  • ​​ The scope for schemes of arrangement to be used more frequently in the public M&A context.

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CPD catch up

Following on from the success of the 2016 CPD catch up, Bell Gully is once again offering you the opportunity to earn extra CPD hours.

Please use the registration buttons, if you have an interest in attending the seminars below.

Bell Gully's 2017 InHouse programme will commence in March. 

If you would like to know more about our seminars please enquire at events@bellgully.com.


Auckland sessions


THURSDAY 23 FEBRUARY 2017 | AUCKLAND | Level 21, Vero Centre, 48 Shortland Street


Employment law: Difficult dismissals
3.00pm - 4.00pm
Presenter: Tim Clarke
*Note that clients who attended our Employment Law seminar on 1 November 2016 may not be able to claim CPD points for this session.
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RMA: Recent developments
4.15pm - 5.15pm 
Presenter: Andrew Beatson
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Privilege and internal and regulatory investigations
5.30pm - 6.30pm 
Presenters: Simon Ladd and Jesse Wilson
*Note that clients who attended our Privilege and internal and regulatory investigations seminar on 26 October 2016 may not be able to claim CPD points for this session.
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Continuing professional development (CPD) scheme