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.
Are you desperately trying but ultimately failing to keep your work hours under control? You’re not alone, says career coach Bob Epperly. He realised at 55 years old even a very successful career cannot fulfill every aspect of life
A recent Bloomberg article lists "junior lawyer" as one of the most likely job titles to be replaced by computer programs over the next several years - but Russell McVeagh partner, Polly Pope, says the reality is far more complex
DLA Phillips Fox partners Terence Ng and Martin Thompson say New Zealand's new direct currency trading agreement with China could increase workload for some local law firms
Justice Minister Judith Collins has announced several new appointments to Ministry of Justice roles, including that of a District Court judge and one of Duncan Cotterill's Wellington partners
Victoria University of Wellington's new chair in Restorative Justice will give his inaugural lecture this week, discussing the practice and perils of restorative justice in New Zealand
An Auckland and New Plymouth-based barrister has just been appointed as an acting District Court Judge, according to Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson