In part two of NZ Lawyer’s comprehensive report into the lives of lawyers in Christchurch, we ask the big players how much earthquake-related insurance work actually remains
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Kiwi lawyer Richard Parris has been managing his firm's Qatar practice for the last three years and explains what it is like practising in a country with the world's richest citizens.
It was the news of the week when a major South Island firm hooked into the Auckland market by opening up an office there: Now the dust has settled, what could this mean for the project finance market?
Rivalries were put to one side as major Australian and New Zealand firms worked together to achieve a successful outcome on the country’s largest ever PPP