In part two of NZ Lawyer’s comprehensive report into the lives of lawyers in Christchurch, we ask the big players how much earthquake-related insurance work actually remains
In NZ Lawyer’s comprehensive report into the lives of lawyers in Christchurch, we uncover what’s happened to law firms’ offices since the devastating earthquakes
An international firm recently announced its plan to become one of the first in the UK to embrace fixed-fee litigation: But if the trend spread here, how would it go down Down Under?
NZ Lawyer’s latest magazine edition 6.2 is hot off the press and features an investigation into New Zealand’s biggest law firms by lawyer count. Today we bring you a sneak preview of the results
In a landmark judgment earlier this month, the English Court of Appeal ruled that a hospital's decision to place a "Do Not Resuscitate" (DNR) notice on a patient's file, without the patient's knowledge, was unlawful. But how does this work in the New Zealand context?
Mathew Gribben has joined Buddle Findlay's Auckland office as a senior solicitor in the environmental and resource management team