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The newly promoted lawyers specialise in immigration, property, family, private-client, and commercial matters
Both will have a role in the Family Court
The move follows elite US firms increasing NQ pay in the City last June
The corporate and commercial lawyer currently leads the Kiwi firm’s Japan business team
Non-solicitor and barrister advocates who insinuate they are lawyers and are permitted to appear in the Employment Court are of great concern and must be reined in, say several lawyers
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Chen Palmer’s Mai Chen exposes potential pitfalls for both reporting entities and advisers
Why separating parents need to act fast on orders preventing removal
Technology’s impact is obvious everywhere around us, particularly in the modern workplace. Lawyers are facing increasing challenges as they need to keep pace with the demands of clients for faster and more cost-effective work.
Kensington Swan’s James McMillan gives the rundown of the sector’s hotspots
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An independent review reveals numerous failings and flaws of the top-tier NZ firm
Failing to be thorough and specific in property due diligence could cost clients considerable losses