The situation is particularly bad in New Zealand and there are still major aftershocks ahead
There’s much more to achieve, the New Zealand Law Society says
The Law Society was ordered to pay the former lawyer thousands
An ethics committee appointed by the state’s highest court says the codes of professionalism do not prohibit the practice
The firm shuttered a standalone office in Saudi Arabia, opting instead for a cooperation with a newly-established local firm.
The firm was recognised for having no pay gap between men and women doing the same job.
She said it became apparent she “no longer had the support” of her senior colleagues which she needed if she were to continue as Chair.
The official rejection of the charges means the EU can formally rule on the claims next year.
A pilot program has been rolled out in Christchurch which sees the first time Community Magistrates sit in the South Island.
The firm which went into voluntary administration was hit hard by a slump in the coal market and was unable to pay nearly $400 million in debt.