One firm has advised on a major dual listing with a market capitalisation of $154.5m.
The lawyer’s counsel argues that the consequences of the conviction are out of proportion with the offending.
It's still a crime to be gay in seven South Pacific countries, writes DLA Piper pro bono associate Courtney Adamson
IP lawyers speak out on the high profile MasterCard trademark battle with World Masters Games.
New Zealand Law Society president, Chris Moore, has this morning responded to the death of celebrated jurist Sir Owen Woodhouse, saying his "compassion and generous approach to life was always present"
A crooked police prosecutor has been struck down from the roll of barristers and solicitors of the High Court of New Zealand following convictions on methamphetamine charges
A national New Zealand firm has advised on the acquisition of a 50% stake in he New Zealand Guardian Trust Company Ltd worth 68.5million
Four global law firms have signed on to a copper Peruvian copper deal worth US$5.85billion, while a former US Defense Department lawyer signs on with a global firm in this week's International News Roundup
Earlier this month, NZ Lawyer revealed that ‘firm culture’ is the biggest reason for lateral partnership moves. Now, we look at eight key pieces of advice from those who have done the deed
When the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006 came into effect, localised law societies around the country closed their doors for good. But the Auckland District Law Society Incorporated says it's going strong, with a renewed focus going forward