NZ’s contempt-of-court law is currently found in a mix of case law and statutes. The country may soon get a singular statute for it.
Two alumni return to the firm, while two others come from in-house roles
Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy’s approval is recognition of the justice’s service as a judge of the High Court
He has more than three decades of senior in-house experience at the insurer and two major financial institutions
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A new report has linked NZ trusts to the Panama papers scandal.
A lawyer fined for racial harassment over the treatment of a clerk is set to appeal the decision, saying he was only correcting his grammar.
Fewer people are now being sentenced in court, which continues a decades-long downward drift. Which factors have contributed to this positive trend?
Russell McVeagh partner Kylie Dunn tells NZ Lawyer what brought her to lawyering at Russell McVeagh.