$400,000 has been earmarked for the study being run out of Otago University
Despite lower global deal volumes, Australasia deal activity increased in 2016
A complaint alleged that a judge whacked a lawyer with a crutch – at a charity event, no less. But now the matter is officially closed
The Court’s provisional operations are expected to start in September
Is the time nigh for the partnership structure in law firms? One leadership expert says firms need to start focusing on the future.
A Washington DC lawyer put his 'dumb' faith in his favourite baseball team by predicting the outcome of the championship in a somewhat unusual way.
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) is so grossly under-resourced it has become an embarrassment for New Zealand, a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) specialist says.
High Court judge Simon France has put a call out to the legal profession for feedback.
The first company to float on the New Zealand stock exchange this year has opted to proceed under old securities legislation.
The world's first jetpack company hails from New Zealand and is being listed on the Australian sharemarket with the help of firms on either side of the Tasman.