The agribusiness, which produces a third of New Zealand’s eggs, needs a significant capital infusion to update facilities
Wireless collaboration and flexible working will be available from first day the $300m precinct opens
An anti-domestic violence group accuses the court of lapses in the interpretation of legislation
Ahead of three-way merger, global firm elevates 48 to partnership
Several high profile lawyers have accused the Ministry of Justice of a lack of transparency after it refused to divulge details about Dunedin courthouse’s proposed upgrades
An Australian lawyer has warned that thousands of Kiwis in Australia risk deportation following the introduction of new immigration laws.
Three of New Zealand’s top-tier firms have been recognised for their commitment to UN gender diversity principles.
One of the world’s foremost legal experts on armed conflict and international law will speak about sanctions at the 2015 Auckland University Law Review Symposium.
Paul Hubbard, partner at Downie Stewart Lawyers in Dunedin, chats with NZLawyer about golf and telling the truth.
A Wellington lawyer has been accused of deceptive and misleading conduct in a case involving foreign investors and an Auckland housing development