K3 Legal’s Margaret Chen discusses potential upcoming changes to the PRA
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The board has identified a problem with counsel and offenders being at different locations during hearings
The firm has appointed its first director of employee wellbeing for its more than 2,200 lawyers
Claims that New Zealand has weak due diligence no long applies to current regulations, says one trust law specialist.
An Auckland barrister has been appointed an acting District Court judge, based in Manukau.
The judge allegedly took payments from a PNG law firm accused of defrauding the government via inflated legal bills.
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A recent survey has uncovered some unsettling trends with regards to judges and the courts and how both are perceived by the general public.