OIO “an embarrassment”
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) is so grossly under-resourced it has become an embarrassment for New Zealand, a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) specialist says.
Young talent on the rise
One of New Zealand’s biggest law firms has appointed three new senior solicitors.
Steps after settlement
Lawyers working in Māori law share insights and the latest developments from a diverse practice area that extends well beyond Treaty settlements
Speaking my language
Increasing Chinese investment in New Zealand has presented significant opportunities, but language barriers have highlighted the lack of Chinese-speaking lawyers in local firms.
2015 to be a healthy year for IPOs: Report
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.
What’s next for the all-of-government panel?
New Zealand lawyers will be closely watching the All-of Government (AoG) panel for external legal services this year.