Given the seriousness and prevalence of cyber-attacks in New Zealand, its important law firms know how to properly advise their clients, one expert says
The lawyer admitted to two charges and voluntarily stepped down from practice before his hearing.
Apart from helping people with house purchases, the app has the potential to be modified to cover other legal areas.
Despite the Supreme Court ruling, inmates are unlikely to receive compensation for serving longer terms than required.
Michael Shanahan is a director at Auckland firm Anderson Creagh Lai, specialising in corporate/commercial law and M&A. He tells us about his impressive family history in the profession and why he’d like to have a deceased Formula One driver over for dinner
We're going to take a stab in the dark here and say that most lawyers probably prefer a dose of caffeine first thing in the morning over a handle of lager, but it turns out both substances can have a beneficial impact on your work. The trick? As always, all things in moderation...
The first edition of NZ Lawyer's revamped print edition is hitting desks as we speak. In case you're wondering where your copy is, here's a brief overview of our new subscription system works...
A New Zealand Employment Court Judge has been criticised for taking more than two years to make a decision on a case - and it's not the first time he's been singled out for lack of timeliness
With the first full CPD year kicking-off this week, the New Zealand Law Society says the vast majority of lawyers are more than ready
A national Australian firm has appointed a new chairman, while two of China's elite firms plot the biggest merger "since Coward Chance and Clifford Turner" in this week's international news roundup