Market conditions are conducive for deals and New Zealand and Australian private equity are cashed up, he said
The 27-year veteran acts for some of New Zealand’s most active property investors and developers
Fearing the worst for America’s democracy, the group has already raised a US$1.5m operating budget
The global bank will, however, likely see a jump in legal spend in the coming years
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A New Plymouth judge has slammed the government policy recommending probation officers to suggest punishments other than prison.
A student entrepreneur has launched the very first robot lawyer, capable of giving tailored legal advice.
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A law school faces court following accusations by former students that it faked its post-graduation employment rate.