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
A new bill will allow a person to be tried and convicted of a criminal offence without seeing all the information relied on by the Crown and without the right to be present, the NZ Law Society says.
New Zealand's creative industries are potentially losing billions of dollars a year because the laws are not tight enough, according to one Australian IP expert. But two of NZ’s leading IP lawyers disagree.
New research on the commercial mediation sector in New Zealand sheds light on an industry which has yet to be fully explored
A NZ lawyer has been censured and ordered to pay after admitting two charges of misconduct.
New Zealand and Australian markets plummet as Chinese share markets sink even deeper.
A partner of a top tier firm is rejecting commentary NZX’s latest consultation is around reducing its own administrative workload.