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.
Multinational firm Webb Henderson has announced two promotions in its Auckland office, including that of a former Linklaters and Russell McVeagh lawyer to the partnership
New Zealand has ranked sixth out of 99 countries when it comes to the quality of our legislative system - find out who beat us, and what we still need to work on
A new book published in the UK suggests legal services outsourcing poses an imminent threat to law firms and in-house counsel across the globe. But is it a direct threat to the New Zealand market?
Minter Ellison Rudd Watts partners Jennifer Mills, Aaron Lloyd and Megan Richards say the Human Rights Review Tribunal's decision to allow an unsuccessful job applicant access to recruitment information about other applicants is a "significant development" in the extent to which information concerning recruitment processes may be obtained by candidates
An Auckland-based barrister has recently been appointed as a director at struggling state-owned coal company Solid Energy
A private legal training provider has just announced the appointment of 12 new instructors across Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, Christchurch and Hamilton