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
How a crudely-iced cake could shape injury to feelings compensation payments under the Privacy Act.
Three judges have been sacked for allegedly viewing porn at work, using official judiciary computers.
A major NZ firm is representing a billion-dollar US private equity business in its investment in a local company.
A move from litigation to collaboration under proposed RMA reforms could see less work for the legal fraternity, a partner says.
A renowned District Court judge and university law lecturer talks print regulation and Fleetwood Mac.
A recently qualified legal executive has been banned from working for 18months after revealing details about her former father-in-law’s will.