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: Homeowners can use OIA to get EQC info

11 Apr 2013 / News articles

EQC has taken court action to shut down the release of information from email attachments inadvertently sent from their offices. Public law specialist Mai Chen says they may be too late.


EQC goes to police over leak

28 Mar 2013 / News articles

Earthquake Commission critic Bryan Staples was unintentionally sent details of 98,000 claims from 83,000 people. "They could not have sent it to a worse person," he said.


Mai Chen: Dangers in picking a fight with Auckland

22 Mar 2013 / News articles

The Government needs to look again at what the country's biggest city has become before it triggers a head-on collision.


Mai Chen - IPANZ Lecture Series

20 Mar 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen speaks to IPANZ about Chief Executives, Ministers and Parliametary Scrutiny


Mai Chen wins Supreme Award at the New Zealand Chinese Business Awards

18 Mar 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen wins the Judges Supreme award and a Professional Excellence Award at the NZ Chinese Business Awards


Chen Palmer announces Insider, an innovative public law game

14 Mar 2013 / News articles

Today, Chen Palmer has announced that it is developing Insider, an innovative game that will give players the chance to experience real life problem solving with Government, in conjunction with Google and other partners.


Chen Palmer announces new Senior Associate

08 Mar 2013 / News articles

Today, Chen Palmer announces an internal promotion. James Dunne has been promoted from Intermediate Associate to Senior Associate.


Maori Law Toolbox: State of the Nation

08 Mar 2013 / Media releases

Mai Chan, Baden Vertongen and Sacha McMeeking will lead presentations on the key issues PSGEs face informed by our survey of PSGEs, including consitiutional implications.


Susan Hornsby-Geluk leaves Chen Palmer

07 Mar 2013 / News articles


Dani Gardiner: Hobbit decision serves as warning to other companies

07 Mar 2013 / News articles

Wingnut Films and Newline Productions argued that its documents on the Hobbit were commercially sensitive and outside the ambit of the Official Information Act 1982.