Chapman Tripp partner Tim Smith tells NZ Lawyer about working pro bono on a Supreme Court death penalty case in the US.
One of New Zealand’s top legal firms has promoted six senior solicitors and one senior legal advisor in its Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch offices.
A new report has forecast several changes with regards to pre-registration research reports and formal offer documents for IPOs in New Zealand.
Amid uncertain economic times, one legal firm says that the number of IPOs in New Zealand this year is set to rise.
Chapman Tripp managing partner Andrew Poole took out the 2015 NZ Law Awards managing partner of the year. He talks to NZ Lawyer about what’s driving the firm’s success; and the biggest challenges for NZ firms in the year to come.
One of New Zealand’s most notorious ‘Maori only’ laws could soon be scrapped as the government sets regulatory reform in its sights.