The draft form is clearer and more user-friendly – but there’s still room for improvement, says senior official
The solicitor left clients to “make a judgement call” on major investment
The firm deepens its technology expertise with the new appointment
The NZ practice employs 30% of the country’s registered patent attorneys
A lawyer acting for the wife of one of Australia’s most expensive divorces, has moved to the firm representing the husband in the ordeal.
A lawyer who represented crime family members at a murder trial back in 2009 has been questioned over an alleged conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Five minutes with Sydney DLA Piper partner, James Morse.
Nominations are now open across 27 categories recognising top deals, firms and in-house teams.
The new national centre will offer education and conduct research on how digital technology affects the law in New Zealand.
An anonymous female bidder has agreed to pay $3,456,789 to eat lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett - not including the tip.