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
Thousands of NZ lawyers are set to benefit from a new partnership between the country’s national carrier and the largest voluntary legal membership organisation.
A lawyer, fed up waiting for the birth of his daughter, has taken a novel approach to speeding the delivery along.
A top-tier firm has advised on the first initial public offering under the new Financial Markets Conduct Act regime.
The Earthquake Commission is now facing legal calls to explain its interpretation of the EQC Act and the effects on cost and liability.
A recent High Court decision raises some very interesting issues for family dispute resolution providers, a NZ lawyer says.
Former Dunedin barrister Raelene Marie Kelly has been found guilty on 46 charges of tax evasion involving over $180,000, the Otago Daily Times has reported.