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How technology is stimulating M&A in NZ
As the number of mergers and acquisitions grow, a major law firm report has explained just how technology is helping the activity along.
Kiwi agritech startup flourishes with homegrown legal marketplace
Looking to disrupt the kiwifruit industry, Acuris Systems employed the services of a fellow Kiwi startup's online legal marketplace.
ConnectWise issues statement on co-founders’ arrest
David Bellini was arrested and charged with drug trafficking in Florida on Sunday.
Telstra facing potential legal action over DCB services withdrawal
Sydney-based digital marketing provider Impelus says the decision to axe Direct Content Billing will have a 'material impact' on their revenues.
Rise of 'tech-collaborative lawyers' redefining AU legal sector
Will robots be able to replace the role of the lawyer as the trusted advisor?
Fuji Xerox files proceedings against former senior executives
Fuji Xerox NZ and its parent company have begun civil action against the former senior executives of the Kiwi operations.
Legal advice for startups: what to know from the get go
Chapman Tripp talks about the three major legal topics most vital to startups: founder agreements, intellectual property, and contracts.
Epiq expands legal tech & service offerings in China
Relativity hosting is available via Epiq’s ISO27001-compliant Shanghai data center and as a portable, on-site deployment.
IT leaders unprepared for e-discovery process, research finds
"Business and IT leaders would be well-advised to immediately take a proactive approach to their e-discovery readiness."