The trailblazing transaction not only had a novel mechanism, it also did not use the usual broker networks, says the top firm.
Effective September 1, six new appointees are from the firm’s Wellington office while three are from its Auckland office.
Calling the review a significant step forward, the law firm expects further progress to come.
A top firm appreciates that the NZX Regulator has clarified that it is going after intentional, reckless or negligent breaches instead of honest mistakes.
The new partner, who joined the law firm on August 15, has been involved in some of New Zealand’s most prominent insolvencies and restructurings.
Courts are beginning to reassess compensation levels after almost 20 years of stagnation, says one leading employment expert.