The industry veterans hail from a diverse range of practices
Initial public services will begin by mid-October
The situation is particularly bad in New Zealand and there are still major aftershocks ahead
There’s much more to achieve, the New Zealand Law Society says
A disgraced lawyer falsely accused two prison offers of planting evidence, a tribunal’s reserved decision reveals.
How a crudely-iced cake could shape injury to feelings compensation payments under the Privacy Act.
Three judges have been sacked for allegedly viewing porn at work, using official judiciary computers.
A major NZ firm is representing a billion-dollar US private equity business in its investment in a local company.
A move from litigation to collaboration under proposed RMA reforms could see less work for the legal fraternity, a partner says.
A renowned District Court judge and university law lecturer talks print regulation and Fleetwood Mac.