Written by Keri Morris and Chris LaHatte for LawTalk
FairWay’s Keri Morris and Chris LaHatte have published an article on methods for resolving polyamorous disputes in the August 2020 edition of LawTalk. LawTalk is the official magazine of the New Zealand Law Society.
Our team of five million is being asked, once again, to play our part to stamp out community transmission of COVID-19. Auckland is currently at Alert Level 3 and the rest of the country is at Alert Level 2
Frequently an apology is part of the mediations and facilitations I am involved in. The giving of an apology can stumble if it is viewed solely in the legal realm – based more on a market transaction and less on a moral action. A genuine apology becomes part of both parties’ shared history and provides opportunities for their shared and/or separate futures.1
We started the last financial year by setting ourselves a big challenge – reimagining our core case management system.
Each year, FairWay handles thousands of disputes and behind every dispute, lies our case management systems. These systems support our people to do the work we do every day and they enable us to effectively deliver our services to many New Zealanders. They are at the core of everything we do.
New Zealand’s team of five million achieved a feat envied by many other nations - quashing the spread of coronavirus within our shores. This did not come without sacrifices. While we put aside many of our usual liberties for the greater good, the flip side of the coin was economic turmoil.