New Zealand legal practitioners can give their wallets a break over the next 12 months
The new budget includes nearly $800m funding for law-and-order initiatives
The system uses machine learning to provide real-time detection of subtle threats and weaknesses in the firm’s network
Here’s why the law, which comes into effect 1 June, will hit foreign companies the hardest, according to a top lawyer
Paralympics New Zealand’s legal partner will host an exhibition of portraits to raise awareness for para-sport.
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A number of firms have announced their appointments for December.
The Magna Carta owned by King Henry VIII’s lawyer is on display at the University of Canterbury this month.
A new firm spruiking a ‘new approach’ has entered into New Zealand’s insurance litigation market.
Porirua lawyer Papali’I Toti Lagolago has been censured by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal after finding her guilty of negligence and bringing the profession into disrepute.