A high-profile Kiwi litigator has been named this year’s Disputes Star at the Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards.
The NZCC continues to ‘name and shame’ businesses, despite the Commission itself admitting complaints do not, in themselves, indicate legal violations.
This is the fourth time a law firm has clinched the NZAGE Industry Award for Best Graduate Print Campaign winner.
The new program is on top of the firm’s 18-week parental leave program.
One new theatrical production and possible TV show will test if contestants are ready to sing the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Early exit polls are in – but will the UK stay in the European Union or leave?
What is driving these changes and how does this affect law firms seeking new talent or those looking for work in New Zealand’s legal space?
One NewLaw firm has become the first to span the Trans-Tasman, opening up in New Zealand where the NewLaw market remains relatively untapped.
A lawyer acting for the wife of one of Australia’s most expensive divorces, has moved to the firm representing the husband in the ordeal.
A lawyer who represented crime family members at a murder trial back in 2009 has been questioned over an alleged conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.