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Nurofen Class Action update – incomplete claims and challenged claims

18 May 2018 – We are continuing to process incomplete claims, which has taken longer than expected due to a number of issues. We have received notification of challenges to a number of claims and have been advised that further claims will be challenged. We are bound by the Settlement Scheme (being Schedule 1 to

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Sapere contributes to New Zealand artificial intelligence research

Sapere Research Group is a research partner in the newly released report, Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand. The report, the result of a year-long project and published by the New Zealand AI Forum, examines the AI landscape, and the potential social and economic impacts for New Zealand. Sapere Research Group provided the economic

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Nurofen Class Action update – incomplete claims

A significant number of incomplete statutory declarations have been received. Following independent legal advice, Sapere has been advised to contact the individual claimants and request a supplementary statutory declaration. Under the Settlement Scheme (being Schedule 1 to the Settlement Deed dated 31 July 2017), payments cannot be made until all claims have been processed and

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Nurofen Class Action update

The Parties agreed to extend the Registration Close Date from 20 January to 3 February 2018.  During this period a significant number of claims were received and require processing. Please note that no payments can be made until all claims have been processed and any challenged claims determined. For further information about the settlement process,

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Patient survey – Evaluation of the Cancer Psychological and Social Support Initiative

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Sapere experts published in BMC Oral Health journal

Sapere Research Group Managing Director David Moore and Managing Economist Matt Poynton have recently been published in the BMC Oral Health Journal. The article, “The costs and benefits of water fluoridation in NZ”, is based on research prepared for the Ministry of Health in 2015, which found that fluoridation of the water supply was highly

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