Displaced insurance workers still committed to quake effort
As insurance offices number among those affected by Monday’s earthquake, staff are going the extra mile to help clients
Top lawyer reveals reason for risqué internet searches
Peter Leman, partner at DLA Piper NZ, explains why he had to warn the IT department before researching an unusual case, and why he is backing an ICNZ proposal.
Hotchin decision signals both good and bad news for insurers
The recent Supreme Court decision in the Mark Hotchin case offers a mixed bag for liability insurers, according to this top lawyer
Strangest claim pivoted around Oasis brothers’ bust-up
Caroline Laband, partner at DLA Piper NZ, reveals her link to the Britpop band, defending a Swiss bank in the Bahamas and why her childhood hero is journalist Kate Adie.
Five Minutes With… Sophie Merkin, DLA Piper New Zealand
Sophie Merkin, solicitor at DLA Piper NZ and YIPs NZ committee member, talks about getting wiggy with it in New Zealand and reveals which comedian has inspired her in life.
The thrills and spills of awards night
Find out who scored the trifecta, which sector was dominant and who were the new faces seen on the podium at last night’s New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards ceremony.
Soft market adds to brokers' challenges for league tournament prep
The fourth annual State of Insurance league tournament is today, and after three consecutive losses will the broker team finally shake the underdog tag?
NZILA asks is fair, fair?
This year’s NZILA conference examines if all is fair in insurance law with an impressive line-up of speakers booked.
Will brokers break insurers’ winning streak?
The date of the fourth annual State of Insurance tournament has been set down – but will the broker team changes make a difference?
Boost for women aiming for the top
A global business law firm launches its Leadership Alliance for Women in a bid to fill the vacuum of women in leadership positions.