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Wed 16 Jun 2010, 5:30pm–7:30pm

Where: Abel Tasman Hotel, 169 Willis St, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • HER Business Member door entry charge: $35.00
  • Casual door entry charge: $45.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: herbusiness

HER Business Wellington network welcomes all local business women to come to our June 'Winetime Winter Workshops' ...

Wednesday 16 June 2010
'Winetime Winter Workshops'
Abel Tasman Hotel, 169 Willis Street
Time: 5.30 - 7.30pm
Entry drink and platters will be provided

Speaker 1: Barbara Buckett, leading provider of employment law services

Topic: 'Are your private parts, really private'

Barbara is a senior law practitioner, widely acknowledged as a leading interpreter of employment law.

She is also highly respected in many other fields including civil/contract law, public and administrative law.

She has appeared before most New Zealand courts, various tribunals, commissions of inquiry, parliamentary select committees and professional bodies. Her clients include government entities, major commercial enterprises, employers and employees, professional associations, private individuals, beneficiaries and mental health consumers.

Barbara has vast experience as a skilled negotiator and mediator. She believes that the key skills of a good litigator are negotiation, mediation and advocacy.

Speaker 2: Kaye Stirling, Hayman Lawyers, Generalist

Topic: 'What can you trust in business?'

Kaye was born and bred in Timaru. Wellington has been her home since 1991, but she still thinks of herself as a "mainlander". Graduating from Otago University with a BA in Russian language in 1989 and an LLB in 1990, she was admitted to the bar in 1991.

Kaye worked as a locum solicitor on the litigation teams of several local authorities and as commercial in-house counsel for a large banking institution.

Kaye was employed by Hayman Lawyers in 1998 and became a partner in 2000. Her expertise is in trusts, business advice and property matters, but she has experience in many other areas including litigation and dispute resolution.

Handouts and an open questioning forum will be offered at the end, of the meeting.

The door entry fee is:
$35.00pp (HER Bus member) or
$45.00pp (non-member/casual)

Payment is required before or last day is Monday 14 June, prepayment is required beforehand.

You have two payment options available:

Credit Card (please note a surcharge does apply - $3),
(will close down one day prior to the event)

(for online payment registrations, please email:

Only once the payment has been received, your registration will be confirmed. We are unable to issue a refund, if under 4 business days before the event, you would need to advise us prior to Monday 14 June if you wish to cancel your registration and receive a refund if you have paid. After this day, we would of committed to catering plus other expenses therefore we would require payment regardless. No transfers to the next meeting. Substitutes allowed.

Registrations will close on Monday 14 June, prior to the Wednesday event.

There is always the question, should I give HER Business Networking a go?? Is this the right time? Well that’s something that of course you’ll decide for yourself but we believe whether the economic climate is good, bad or ugly you can never have too many business contacts. So give it ago, meet some great ladies, listen to some great speakers, learn something new and enjoy your time out of the office!

For further information on HER Business Wellington network, log onto our website: Please remember to bring lots of business cards and brochures for the display table. Join and be part of the new 'Members referral luncheons'

Mob: 021 432 711

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