A Kiwi lawyer who specialises in the oil and gas and infrastructure areas, and who spent 17 years working in Singapore, has been appointed partner at a New Zealand firm.
Young tax lawyers could win up to $10,000 in a competition which will see them battle it out and showcase new ideas about tax policy in front of industry heavyweights.
The CEO of one of the biggest banks in the country says more of a “blunt instrument” is needed to address gender inequality in the workplace.
A Wellington public law specialist is taking the fight for her to be able to end her own life to the High Court.
A disgraced lawyer falsely accused two prison offers of planting evidence, a tribunal’s reserved decision reveals.
How a crudely-iced cake could shape injury to feelings compensation payments under the Privacy Act.
A major NZ firm is representing a billion-dollar US private equity business in its investment in a local company.
A move from litigation to collaboration under proposed RMA reforms could see less work for the legal fraternity, a partner says.
A renowned District Court judge and university law lecturer talks print regulation and Fleetwood Mac.
A recently qualified legal executive has been banned from working for 18months after revealing details about her former father-in-law’s will.