Flint Law Limited


How we can help you

We’re on your team - with dedicated employment law support and guidance

We know what you are up against and help both employers and employees in Wellington's state and commercial sectors. We have a unique insight into the strengths and weaknesses of both camps, and we provide assurance in mediation and the strength to litigate.

Workplace Law Specialists

Employment Lawyers Servicing Greater Wellington

How we can help

Legal Representation

Redundancy Law Revisited

Employment Law Compliance

Employment Agreements and Policies

Health and Safety

Independent Investigations

Stress in the Workplace

Employment Relations Authority and Employment Court

Personal Grievances

Restructuring and Business Sales

Restraints of Trade and Protection of Confidential Information

Our notable cases

Commissioner of Police v Coffey [2014] NZEMPC 194

Workplace Law Specialists acted for Mr Coffey, a Business Services Manager for the New Zealand Police, based in Nelson. The position was disestablished in a restructure that occurred in 2012.

The Employment Relations Authority (ERA) determined that the restructure was unjustified, finding breaches of both Mr Coffey’s employment agreement and the Employment Relations Act 2000.


Bettina Neu v The Vice Chancellor of Victoria University of Wellington [2016] NZERA Wellington 99

Workplace Law Specialists acted for Ms Neu, a senior lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington (VUW), who successfully brought a claim for breach of contract and unjustified disadvantage in the Employment Relations Authority (ERA).

formerly O'Sullivan and Associates
New Zealand Law Society
Resolution Institute