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
A Brazilian judge has been seen driving Porsche that has been seized as part of a case over which he is presiding.
An Auckland lawyer who smuggled an iPhone, cigarettes and a lighter to her client in prison has been struck off.
The growing international legal recruitment market could lead to domestic talent shortages.
Nominations for this year’s Australasian Law Awards close today.
The Public Defence Service has announced the appointment of a leading Wellington lawyer as the organisation’s new director.
New Zealand law firms could improve productivity by modernising their office space, a new survey has found.