Businesses are being urged to treat standard form consumer contracts with care, as new unfair contract terms (UCT) laws take effect this month – with no grace period.
Two leading New Zealand law firms have revealed their latest partner appointments.
Dispute resolution practitioners are expecting 2015 to result in continued activity in both commercial litigation and arbitration.
One of the country's most respected legal leaders has played a role in the world's first presidential election audit and uncovered "indications" of fraud
Human trafficking is a real problem taking place in NZ, yet our current legislation is posing challenges for victims. In response, a group of Kiwi legal experts are joining the fight
In an exclusive interview with NZ Lawyer, Bell Gully’s newly announced chairman discusses his plans for the role, and explains why there is “no grass that’s greener”