NZ’s contempt-of-court law is currently found in a mix of case law and statutes. The country may soon get a singular statute for it.
Two alumni return to the firm, while two others come from in-house roles
Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy’s approval is recognition of the justice’s service as a judge of the High Court
He has more than three decades of senior in-house experience at the insurer and two major financial institutions
A boutique New Zealand firm is offering free legal templates worth thousands of dollars.
McLaw Lewis solicitor and Maori Law Society event manager Heather Jamieson talks to NZLawyer about sangria, Robin Williams and her great-grandfather Judge Raymond Jamieson.
M&A activity this year will be determined by vendors bringing assets to market, says law firm partner.
Is the time nigh for the partnership structure in law firms? One leadership expert says firms need to start focusing on the future.
A Washington DC lawyer put his 'dumb' faith in his favourite baseball team by predicting the outcome of the championship in a somewhat unusual way.
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) is so grossly under-resourced it has become an embarrassment for New Zealand, a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) specialist says.