Following the success of Team New Zealand’s America’s Cup challenge in Bermuda last month, there has been rather a lot of comment in the press over where the next Cup defence should be held, what will be needed, and who will pay for it.

Back in 1995, we were confronted with the same questions.  The erstwhile Auckland Regional Services Trust came to the rescue, and Auckland’s Viaduct Basin has seen the benefit since.

Here is an article I drafted for the latest edition of the New Zealand Law Society’s magazine, Law Talk, discussing that development –  LT 909 Americas Cup 2017

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