The draft form is clearer and more user-friendly – but there’s still room for improvement, says senior official
The solicitor left clients to “make a judgement call” on major investment
The firm deepens its technology expertise with the new appointment
The NZ practice employs 30% of the country’s registered patent attorneys
One of the world’s foremost legal experts on armed conflict and international law will speak about sanctions at the 2015 Auckland University Law Review Symposium.
Paul Hubbard, partner at Downie Stewart Lawyers in Dunedin, chats with NZLawyer about golf and telling the truth.
A Wellington lawyer has been accused of deceptive and misleading conduct in a case involving foreign investors and an Auckland housing development
New concerns about the bright-line test, specifically its effects on ordinary taxpayers, have been raised by the New Zealand Law Society
Donald Trump has threatened a group with a libel suit over an attack ad pointing out political inconsistencies in his campaign.
A top-tier firm has advised on another FMCA transition.