Given the seriousness and prevalence of cyber-attacks in New Zealand, its important law firms know how to properly advise their clients, one expert says
The lawyer admitted to two charges and voluntarily stepped down from practice before his hearing.
Apart from helping people with house purchases, the app has the potential to be modified to cover other legal areas.
Despite the Supreme Court ruling, inmates are unlikely to receive compensation for serving longer terms than required.
A major corporate law conference will include an address by Jack Hodder QC, an architect of the Companies Act 1993, which was once called “the most radical reappraisal” of this branch of the law in the Commonwealth
Most businesses look to customer feedback to ensure their offering remains relevant. Trish Hyde, the CEO of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, asks: Should lawyers do the same?
In an unpredictable legal ruling, a UK judge has ordered a lottery winner to split half of his £1 million hoard with a waiter who claims to have predicted the win
Herbert Smith Freehills lawyer wins prestigious award for community work… DLA Piper loses three more partners from Asia-Pacific offices… and Kim Dotcom case racks up almost $400,000 in private practice fees…
New Zealand lawyer suspended for certifying false document… A top tier firm to defend Australian tax office over claim it ‘ruined a man’s life’... Australia follows other nations with proposed cyber laws… and could lenders be using fake law firms to collect debts here?
Research conducted over the past 10 years has reached a surprising conclusion: The best predictor of trouble for professional service firms is the clients, who seem to sense problems well before the firm does