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.
Simpson Grierson is calling for a closer look at the Holidays Act 2003, calling it outdated and overly complex
Megan Richards heads up Minter Ellison Rudd Watts’ Employment team in Wellington and Auckland. She talks to NZ Lawyer about cajoling colleagues into RPM cycling classes, her favourite butcher in Karori and why it’s important for lawyers to genuinely care about their clients…
In light of this week's Academy Awards ceremony, we thought we'd take a moment to look back on some of Hollywood's best, baddest and most bizarre fictional lawyers
The challenges associated in managing the exponential growth of electronic information makes the eDiscovery process an unavoidable part of any litigation or investigation. E-Discovery and EY have teamed up to present the second Annual New Zealand eDiscovery Conference on March 19th
A 'big three' firm has advised on the $950 million sale of a refuse collection and landfill business, expected to close by the end of June
Former disputes resolution lawyer, Tania Winslade, says her experience shows law firms lack foresight and flexibility when it comes to their female staff