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Commissioner of Police v Coffey  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  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).