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.
Chapman Tripp has announced the appointment of five new senior solicitors in its Auckland office
A chance meeting at Robben Island in South Africa back in 2001 has culminated in an international award for one University of Waikato law professor
Cabinet has formally approved the regulations for equity crowdfunding, allowing businesses to raise up to $2 million from investors. We talk to a lawyer who's spent two years working with Government on the issue to find out what this means for your clients
Many lawyers daydream about a change in career, but actually throwing in the the towel can be a daunting prospect. We talk to one former legal professional about her decision to take the plunge - and whether it was really worth it
Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson has announced the appointment of two acting District Court Judges for terms of two years each
Dean Russ is a partner at Nelson-based full-service firm Fletcher Vautier Moore. He talks to NZ Lawyer about the one thing not to miss on a visit to Tasman Bay and what he thinks the biggest issue facing regional firms in 2014 will be…