New Zealand’s insolvent trading laws under fire in Mainzeal appeal decision
Directors of New Zealand construction company Mainzeal, including a former prime minister, have failed to escape liability for breaches of their duties before its collapse, despite an appeal court overturning a compensation award for reckless trading.
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