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  • Tauranga firm advises on major Port transaction by Mackenzie McCarty

    A Bay of Plenty firm has announced it advised Port of Tauranga on a major strategic alliance with Kotahi Logistics – a transaction which will see a significant increase in container volumes shipped through the Port

  • Stress is bad - but not as bad as you think by Mackenzie McCarty

    It can take nearly 20 minutes for your brain to re-focus following a distraction, which can make work stressful for busy lawyers. However, while stress is definitely bad, it may not actually be as detrimental as you think

  • Opinion: All is not well for professional trustees by

    New Zealand has a love affair with trusts – but poor administration means that professional trustees are increasingly liable for the actions of non-professional trustees, writes Trustworks director, Nigel Keats

  • UK doctors legally required to consult patients on DNR notices: Buddle Findlay by NZ Lawyer

    In a landmark judgment earlier this month, the English Court of Appeal ruled that a hospital's decision to place a "Do Not Resuscitate" (DNR) notice on a patient's file, without the patient's knowledge, was unlawful. But how does this work in the New Zealand context?

  • Two top lawyers take up Treasury Commercial Operations Advisory Board roles by NZ Lawyer

    Two top legal professionals are among the five new appointments to Treasury's Commercial Operations Advisory Board, announced this week

  • Keystone 'not ruling out New Zealand' by Sophie Schroder

    A British law firm that allows its lawyers to work when they like, charge how they like and earn 70% of the fees they generate is making its mark in Australia - and it hasn't ruled out New Zealand