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Chen Palmer is at the cutting edge of public law – so there’s always lots going on. Here you can find media releases, articles and presentations by us, and examples of our work in the news.

Mai Chen: A win for low-paid women everywhere

31 Oct 2014 / News articles

Terranova Homes & Care Limited v Service and Food Workers Union Nga Ringa Toa Incorporated and Anor

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Claire English: Tea breaks gone by lunchtime? 'Absolutely not'

29 Oct 2014 / News articles

40,000 sign "save our tea break" petition

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Staff Profile: Kate Broadhurst, Intermediate Associate

28 Oct 2014 / News articles

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Mai Chen becomes Adjunct Professor at the Auckland Law School

25 Oct 2014 / News articles

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Breaking: Top kiwi lawyer appointed adjunct Professor

24 Oct 2014 / News articles

Chen, the Founding Partner at Chen Palmer, has just been appointed an adjunct Professor in the University of Auckland's Faculty of Law from January 2015

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Mai Chen on The Nation

18 Oct 2014 / News articles

Lisa Owen wraps up the week in politics with investigative journalist Jon Stephenson, Chen Palmer Founding Partner Mai Chen & PR consultant Trish Sherson.

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Mai Chen: Boss cant stop staff playing politics

17 Oct 2014 / News articles

Whangarei Council case a timely reminder to employers that staff are safeguarded by powerful legislation

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Marina Matthews: Reading the Signs - What the election means for the PTE Sector

05 Oct 2014 / News articles

What are the signs that PTEs should be reading about what the priorities are for the incoming Government.

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Mai Chen: MMP keeps governments honest

03 Oct 2014 / News articles

System demanded change after Labour and National embarked on radical programmes without mandate

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James Dunne: How to read the tea leaves for the next three years

03 Oct 2014 / News articles

The next three years in Parliament promise to be facinating for lawyers. If the provisional results hold, for the first time ever we will have (in effect) a single-party majority Government, before even considering support from ACT, United Future, and the Maori Party.

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