The transaction, which is unique within New Zealand, could be adopted by other non-core Crown entities, the firm said
Nominations close at midnight for categories recognising firms, in-house legal teams and deals
After fears of further delays, Cantabrians can expect their modern justice precinct to soon open
The move comes after launching in Hong Kong earlier this year and in Singapore late last year
A US federal judge said that the plaintiff presented enough evidence for a material factual dispute, dismissing PwC’s motion for summary judgment.
The judge’s abrupt resignation last Thursday has incited even more criticism and questions.
One judge is appointed to the High Court’s Land Division while two will sit in the court’s General Division.
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The departure of the third head of the inquiry casts doubt on the future of the monumental probe into institutionalised child sexual abuse in England and Wales.