A high-profile New Zealand lawyer says it’s ‘an amazing opportunity’ to be appointed to the board of one of the country’s largest banks.
One of the oldest established law practices in New Zealand has joined the New Zealand Bankers’ Association (NZBA) as an affiliate member.
Asian New Zealand lawyers are not being faced with the ‘bamboo ceiling’ purportedly in Australia, the HR director of one of NZ’s biggest firms says.
Civil litigation specialist Andrew Hooker talks to NZLawyer about class actions, Eminem, and a botched sea burial that saw a body drift ashore.
Worldwide law firm mergers have left commentators foreseeing firms of the future with 10,000 lawyers. One NZ firm talks to NZLawyer about global growth.
The lawyer leading the representative action against bank late payment fees in NZ talks to NZLawyer about the effects of ANZ's successful appeal in Australia last week, and class actions in NZ generally.
The appointment of a patent and design law specialist to partner is one of seven promotions this month at one of New Zealand’s oldest IP firms.
The first female partner of one of New Zealand’s oldest firms has returned to its helm 16 years later.
One Auckland barrister wound up in a ditch with one of New Zealand’s most prominent criminal lawyers, who has received an early knighthood due to declining health.
Lengthy delays in the District Courts are expected to be slashed thanks to a new time-blocking system.