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
Businesses are being urged to treat standard form consumer contracts with care, as new unfair contract terms (UCT) laws take effect this month – with no grace period.
The first full year following a ‘’once in a generation’’ rewrite of capital markets law should see a healthy amount of initial public offerings (IPOs) particularly in the mid-market.
A bill repealing one of New Zealand’s oldest statutes still in force has passed its second reading with cross-party support.
A Brazilian judge has been seen driving Porsche that has been seized as part of a case over which he is presiding.
An Auckland lawyer who smuggled an iPhone, cigarettes and a lighter to her client in prison has been struck off.
The growing international legal recruitment market could lead to domestic talent shortages.