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Grant Shand appeared before the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal and admitted a charge of negligence or incompetence to such a degree that it tended to bring the profession into disrepute. The charge was brought by a lawyers
Judges are being given an early Christmas present, with confirmation their pay is rising at more than twice the rate of inflation. The Remuneration Authority, which recently gave pay increases to members of Parliament, yesterday said that judges,
18 December 2013 4 View comments Two judges were yesterday found guilty of misappropriating more than £1.5million of public money. Denis McKay and Stuart Turner systematically misused the legal aid money sent to their law firm, the Solicitors
British Columbia's auditor-general says he found no political interference in the government's decision to pay $6-million in legal bills for former ministerial aides David Basi and Bobby Virk, who pleaded guilty to fraud-related charges. Russ Jones
Judge unfreezes bank account and in an `unprecedented' move orders dept to pay costs. Photo / APN A High Court judge has rebuked the IRD, calling its application to freeze $462,000 in the bank account of a Rotorua woman "misleading" and saying it
Joe Moore, best-selling author In small business money seems to flow in the front door slowly and gush out the back door when no one is looking...Even if you have sales and profits your business could still be leaking money -and I mean real money.
The best results of the Woolf reforms seem to have been in cases involving smaller sums of money At first sight, it could be a dream, perhaps even a fantasy a civil justice system in which lawyers exchange full information in advance and give their
Bowen is appealing against the drastic reduction by Supreme Court Judge Lennox Campbell, by more than a half of the $15.3 million which the registrar of the Supreme Court had taxed in his favour. The legal costs stemmed from the election petition
Is it always the most cost-effective decision to hold on to a dependable, three-year-old Class 8 truck in today's transportation environment?...But the only way to get a data-driven answer to the question is through a detailed Run Cost Analysis, says
Failed finance company Strategic Finance has won a small victory over one of its financiers, recouping $805,000 plus court costs. The Court of Appeal today rejected an appeal by BOS International, a unit of the Bank of Scotland, over the disputed sum.