A high-profile Kiwi litigator has been named this year’s Disputes Star at the Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards.
The NZCC continues to ‘name and shame’ businesses, despite the Commission itself admitting complaints do not, in themselves, indicate legal violations.
This is the fourth time a law firm has clinched the NZAGE Industry Award for Best Graduate Print Campaign winner.
The new program is on top of the firm’s 18-week parental leave program.
A Chinese actress has become embroiled in a court battle following her performance on a TV show, with a viewer seeking recompense for damage caused to his soul by her stare.
One of the world’s most distinguished experts in English legal history spoke to NZLawyer about whether the time really is nigh for a new Magna Carta in the digital age.
The NZ legal profession has spoken, and as of next year there will be a full-time onsite option for completing Profs.
Entries are open for the 2015 NZ legal event of the year
The legal profession has taken another blow with the death of highly-respected Queen’s Counsel over the weekend.
Companies doing business in Asia need to give more attention to compliance with local anti-corruption laws, according to a new guide by Herbert Smith Freehills.