Tagged: court of appeal

As expected - The Dismal Science

Donal Curtin Sep 27, 2018

The NZME/Fairfax Court of Appeal judgement is out and contained few surprises. The Court had been widely anticipated to rebuff the appeal against the Commerce Commission’s refusal to authorise the proposed merger of NZME (the Herald, radio stations, and a herd of other North Island media businesses) and Fairfax (DomPost, Press, S-ST, herd of other media things nationwide). So … Read More

GM ruling quashed in Court of Appeal – now what? - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Mar 29, 2010

The journal Nature features a report from Sydney-based New Zealander Branwen Morgan, looking at the implications of the New Zealand Court of Appeal move to quash an earlier High Court decision that saw Agresearch applications to undertake genetic modification research thrown out. I blogged on the Court of Appeal case in February heading the article: … Read More

Will Agresearch's Court of Appeal bid pay off? - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Jan 26, 2010

[UPDATED: An ERMA spokesperson got in touch to clarify that ERMA isn’t party to the appeal – “In the High Court, GE Free challenged ERMA’s right to receive the applications from AgResearch. AgResearch appealed the High Court decision, and we were in court yesterday to assist in any way we could and to seek clarification of ERMA’s powers under the … Read More