A landmark case foreshadows what could happen in this country, a top lawyer says
The booming commercial and residential construction sector compels the government to revisit regulation, particularly fire safety requirements
The privilege to take and hold client money in trust is a defining aspect of being a lawyer, the Law Society says
In exchange for beers and a Benjamin, he thought he could prove his wife was having an affair
One of New Zealand’s best litigators speaks to NZ Lawyer about how he’s tackling the fastest-growing organised criminal activity in the world
There’s a myth that disagreements are negative and are to be avoided at all costs. Business consultant Alexandra Tselios explains why
Law firms unlikely to speak up about cyber attacks… Brock leaves KWM for O’Melveny & Myers… forty jobs go at Hill Dickinson… and Lawyers ditch the profession for baking and dog walking!
A litigation expert from a big firm background has jumped ship to join a boutique New Zealand firm as a director because he sees a future in its innovative “lean” model
It’s no secret that of late Australia has been a destination of choice for international firms keen on setting up shop there… but are they about jump the ditch and trickle into New Zealand too?
A lawyer who adorned his robes with ribbons and badges and calls himself “Mozart of the courtroom” has been blasted by a judge for dressing like “something out of Harry Potter”