The winner of an award sponsored by a top tier NZ firm has been announced.
New Zealand lags behind the US and UK in terms of how in-house teams are perceived, the general counsel of one of New Zealand’s biggest companies says.
The Seales v Attorney General case starts today in the High Court in Wellington.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity has been “healthy” so far this year, with a number of multi-jurisdictional billion-dollar deals, NZ firms say.
Two of New Zealand’s biggest law firms provide analysis on this year’s Budget.
Having a wellness plan in place to combat health issues such depression is not only part of being decent human beings, but it makes good business sense for law firms, the chair of one NZ firm says.
Chief High Court Judge Helen Winkelmann sees changes afoot in the court thanks to the Judicature Modernisation Bill.
A dispute resolution company has launched a $10,000 professional development scholarship in honour of one New Zealand lawyer.
A study shows a vast number of NZ firms lack a diversity programme, while one of the country’s most high profile lawyers announces the launch of a nationwide superdiversity stocktake.
It is not just clients’ businesses that are vulnerable to cyber-attacks - the legal profession is equally susceptible, a tech security specialist says.