Expect regulators to tighten their scrutiny on big deals this year, the firm warns
The firm’s new hire has spent more than two decades in the health and safety sector in New Zealand and the UK
Only in-house counsel can nominate lawyers for the prestigious awards
While a Magic Circle firm moves its headquarters, an American behemoth recommits to its home of 40 years
Male-dominated law firms will need to adjust their approach to legal service if they are to win over and meet the needs of female in-house clients.
Former Wellington barrister Christopher Skagen has been charged with 12 offences of misconduct and ordered to pay $30,000 in costs and compensation, following an investigation by the Wellington Standards Committee of the New Zealand Law Society.
Dispute resolution practitioners are expecting 2015 to result in continued activity in both commercial litigation and arbitration.
The chair of a firm operating in Australasia says businesses need to make trust a priority in ‘turbulent’ times, rather than just quick profits.
Jason Duval was offered “a chance to be creative” by Judge Douglas Stoddart when he told a Massachusetts court he had no money for bail.
The Law Society will continue to champion change for women at the highest levels of the profession this year, including looking at an idea from Australia