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.
NZLawyer speaks with Chief High Court Judge Justice Helen Winkelmann who reveals what trends she hopes to see continue in the year ahead.
A Tauranga litigation partner is stepping into the role of deputy chair of the biggest dispute resolution membership organisation in the Southern Hemisphere.
The first global business law firm operating in New Zealand has appointed a new partner.
The Utah Court of Appeals has allowed a woman to sue herself over the death of her husband.
A firmer proposed offer for the first float on NZX for 2015 is expected to be released in the next few days.
An Auckland solicitor who tried to use false documents to obtain a mortgage has been struck off.