What Julys new AML/CFT obligations will mean for you as our client

On 1 July, law firms will become subject to the requirements of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (AML/CFT). We have been hard at work implementing these requirements into our client experience. This article is intended to outline what the changes will mean for you ...

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Farewelling a favourite

We would like to advise our clients and business friends that at the end of November we will farewell our long standing partner Celia Barker. Celia has decided to take the time to “design a second life” and therefore will be retiring as a partner of our firm.

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Jim Keegan Retires

Cavell Leitch would like to advise our clients and business friends that our senior partner James (Jim) Keegan will be retiring from our firm at the end of June 2017 after almost 47 years of service.

Jim joined Cavell Leitch Pringle and Boyle, as it was formally known in 1971 ...

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Cavell Leitch back in the heart of Christchurch

Cavell Leitch, one of New Zealand’s largest law firms, has now relocated its Christchurch Head Office to new premises in the heart of the city.

Following the February 2011 earthquake the law firm, which was previously located on the top floors of the Clarendon Tower building, relocated to Addington ...

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Cavell Leitch 2016 Y Factor Youth Talent Quest

Cavell Leitch is thrilled to be supporting the Christchurch YMCA Y Factor Youth Talent Quest. We think it is so important to support, encourage and nurture young people within our community to allow them the opportunity to explore their passions and develop their unique talents. We believe in the important ...

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The Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinson’s Society of Canterbury

Cavell Leitch helps out many charities in our community through its association with United Way and through our newsletter we would like to put a spotlight charities who have been helped by United Way.

This month's spotlight is on The Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinson's Society of Christchurch.

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