The industry veterans hail from a diverse range of practices
Initial public services will begin by mid-October
The situation is particularly bad in New Zealand and there are still major aftershocks ahead
There’s much more to achieve, the New Zealand Law Society says
A New Zealand law legend has died.
Two lawyers formerly of a top-tier firm – one of whom was partner for around 30 years – have started their own firm.
The right-to-die discussion is one for Parliament, not the courts, according to Justice Collins’ judgement in Seales v Attorney-General.
A well-known voice in New Zealand’s family law space and regular guest on RadioLive, Jeremy Sutton takes five minutes to chat with NZLawyer about football, Sir Ed Hillary and a job vacancy.
The Wellington lawyer with terminal brain cancer who took her fight to the right to die to the High Court has died of natural causes this morning.
Several NZ firms - and a NZ lawyer now based in the States - have advised on the $785m takeover deal of a service station network owned by a US energy giant.