The joint venture partners have co-invested $2m to explore the application of artificial intelligence to legal services
New patent attorneys in New Zealand and Australia are now subject to a single set of requirements under a joint register
One serious assault victim died in January – but no charges can be brought against his attacker
GC Rob Booth is delivering on his promise to overhaul the Sovereign public estate’s legal advisers group
A controversial judicial appointment in Australia has stirred up the legal community there and led to calls for an overthrow of the “archaic” selection process: Should NZ follow suit?
A whopping 80% of Asia Pacific board members surveyed for international law giant Clifford Chance view potential damage to their company’s reputation to be more important over the next two years – but many aren’t aware of the main risks to watch out for
Minter Ellison Rudd Watts partner and NZ Lawyer Hot Lister Neil Millar was once involved in a football club takeover offer gone wrong when the club lost right in the middle of the deal and the clients ended up in tears
The New Zealand Law Awards 2014 is set to be a cracker with the addition of various new categories and special guests: Today we hear from some of the past award recipients
Mergers for Hogan Lovells in Mexico and Patton Boggs in Japan... Fieldfishers smashes record barrier... expansion for HSF Germany... a new partner for Orrick... and good news and bad news for law graduates...
NZ Lawyer’s latest magazine edition 6.2 is hot off the press and features an investigation into New Zealand’s biggest law firms by lawyer count. Today we bring you a sneak preview of the results