In addition to requiring lower approval thresholds, schemes of arrangement are now also being completed at a much faster pace
One of the largest law firms in the world lends its assistance as a private equity firm consolidates the $10bn-per-year industry
While agreeing on Thai as the top choice, men and women lawyers disagree about the next best cuisine
A new study predicts that the LPO industry is poised to see big numbers
An Kiwi law graduate is suing the government, claiming it has failed to set an adequate emissions reduction target.
A New Zealand firm has advised on a major IPO, the largest in Australia this year.
A man trying to avoid jury duty fronted up to court wearing a prisoner uniform.
An NZ lawyer has been found of misconduct for taking money from an estate for unpaid legal fees.
A heated argument between two lawyers has delayed the Chris Cairns perjury trial with the judge forced to intercede.
A new study has found that a majority of law firms are still in the dark ages when it comes to firm marketing and winning over new business.