Case Law, New Zealand: CPA Australia Limited v The New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants, Trial by accountant – Ali Romanos

4 09 2015

angry-cpaThe Wellington High Court trial between New Zealand’s two professional accounting bodies has ended in victory – albeit somewhat pyrrhic – for the defendant.  In a 61 page judgment in CPA Australia v NZICA [2015] NZHC 1854 Dobson J held that, whilst NZICA representatives had made some indefensible disparaging remarks, CPAA’s inability to establish pecuniary loss meant its claims could not be made out. Read the rest of this entry »