Failing to be thorough and specific in property due diligence could cost clients considerable losses
Some of New Zealand’s top construction lawyers talk to Hannah Norton about the key drivers of work in the booming industry.
Changes to health and safety law are dominating a practice area that continues to provide plenty of surprises for its leading lawyers, writes Ben Abbott.
The rugby field isn’t the only place of intense trans-Tasman competition: New Zealand firms are competing head-to-head with their Aussie counterparts when it comes to IP filing across the ditch, and vice versa. Hannah Norton reports
Lawyers working in Māori law share insights and the latest developments from a diverse practice area that extends well beyond Treaty settlements
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has approved the first set of fisheries bylaws for the Waikato-Tainui Fisheries Area.
Bell Gully senior associate, Glenn Shewan and solicitor, Penny Pasley, outline the Commerce Commission's recently-released draft Competitor Collaboration Guidelines