Caroline Ferguson, Simpson Grierson’s business transformation manager, breaks down why it pays to be agile with care
One is the first Tonga-born judge to be sworn in in New Zealand
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The move also sees a reshuffle of key personnel in the country and the wider Asian region
What has six legs, jumps great distances and has the same effect on an Auckland courtroom as a bomb scare?
The lawyer leading the representative action against bank late payment fees in NZ talks to NZLawyer about the effects of ANZ's successful appeal in Australia last week, and class actions in NZ generally.
The appointment of a patent and design law specialist to partner is one of seven promotions this month at one of New Zealand’s oldest IP firms.
An Austrian student is suing Facebook for what he claims as illegal tracking of data under EU law.
Four lawyers have been appointed to senior associate position in a NZ firm.
The first female partner of one of New Zealand’s oldest firms has returned to its helm 16 years later.