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.
A commission set up by the American Bar Association, looks at the viability allowing ABS models in the legal sector.
A lawyer is suing Woolworths after slipping on a shallot.
Kiwi operations are likely to be spared from the 200-person job cuts facing the firm’s UK offices.
One firm is tapping into the start-up market by preparing businesses for dealings with China.
An inmate who threatened to kill a judge who put him in prison appeared in court by video link yesterday.