Event aims to put harassment in the past
The firm helps an Australian data analytics company buy an NZ fintech provider
An expert panel has been tasked to look into the changes with human-rights approach
The winning applicant will get to work alongside leading mediators, conciliators and adjudicators
The departure of the third head of the inquiry casts doubt on the future of the monumental probe into institutionalised child sexual abuse in England and Wales.
The select group of decisions will be published on a new website unveiled by the Ministry of Justice for the legal community and the general public.
As silly as the video may seem to some, it tackles a serious issue with the England National Health Service.
There was a single catering company for the exam in Georgia, sparking a food poisoning outbreak during the two-day ordeal.
One lawyer has escaped jail time over a major trust breach, sentenced to home detention and community work.
Sir Michael Cullen will be retiring from the role by the end of October.