Singapore man sues Ministry of Social Development
In a court case over pension benefits, a Singaporean man has sued for discrimination while seeking to have Prime Minister John Key as a defendant
New legislation leads to Peter Jackson resignation
The impending introduction of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 has resulted in the resignation of well-known film director, Peter Jackson.
Is this the best cure for workplace stress?
There’s an easy solution to both stress and resolving conflicts in the workplace that all L&D professionals can learn from, says one leading academic.
KWM top for deals in 2015
The latest full year legal adviser tables from Mergermarket reveal which law firm acted on the most M&A deals in Asia last year… Law firms score highly for LGBT diversity… Corporate hire for Reed Smith… Four Muslim men file $9 million discrimination lawsuit…
Law heavyweights add pressure on Chinese premier
Law experts from across the globe have called for China’s president to release those held after a crackdown on rights lawyers and advocates... This sector is experiencing strong M&A growth… Bar Council moves pupillage timetable… Drunk who punched Uber driver on video sues victim…
Judge slams government ‘anti-prison’ policy
A New Plymouth judge has slammed the government policy recommending probation officers to suggest punishments other than prison.