Kiwi firm breaks into the Australasian Top Ten rankings to cement its role as top M&A firm in New Zealand
Banking and Finance lawyers to tackle ‘Disruption Eruption’ when they meet at Queenstown in August
Today is the last day to enter the 2016 New Zealand Law Awards
Five partners of a top New Zealand firm won in the awards where only in-house counsel can make nominations.
A former Kirkland & Ellis associate didn’t want to leave without saying goodbye, but he left his colleagues to fill in the blanks.
Non-solicitor and barrister advocates who insinuate they are lawyers and are permitted to appear in the Employment Court are of great concern and must be reined in, say several lawyers
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Nearly five years after the Canterbury earthquakes, the more complex insurance cases are starting to hit Christchurch courts, the city’s lawyers say. But the earthquake rebuild is not the only driver of work, they tell Hannah Norton.
The Reserve Bank in its most recent Financial Stability Report warned that the “increasingly stretched Auckland market is at risk of a damaging correction, especially if economic conditions deteriorate. House prices now exceed nine times gross income in Auckland, placing it among the most expensive cities in the world”. But how is the situation impacting Auckland’s legal industry? Sasha Borissenko reports.