The $190m deal continues the French company’s consolidation of its industry
The new special counsel heads the firm’s Asia practice
The New Zealand Law Society guides practices considering opening trust account
The combined firm will have more than 1,150 staff
A Christchurch firm administrator has appeared in court, allegedly swindling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the firm.
A university has appointed its first female law dean, only the third to be appointed in NZ.
A law practitioner from the Cook Islands has been permanently banned from Court after failing to adhere to a three-year suspension
New Zealand law firms are reporting profit margins in excess of 30 percent, according to new survey results.
A firm set up by two LGBTIQ lawyers says it’s filling both a legal and social gap.
Recently appointed Special Counsel at DLA Piper New Zealand, Nicole MacFarlane, talks to NZLawyer about skiing, stock saleyards and Silvia Cartwright.