Leading competition law practice belongs to Bell Gully
As the Commerce Commission takes an increasingly public profile in New Zealand and competition law issues continue to expand, leading international publisher Global Competition Review has judged Bell Gully's competition law team as New Zealand's best.
Bell Gully authors New Zealand chapter in global gas publication
Bell Gully partner and energy specialist David Coull has authored the New Zealand chapter of a publication focusing on the international gas sector.
Summer clerks escape the office for a good cause
As part of this year's summer clerk programme, Bell Gully's newest lawyers visited the homes of those affected by leukaemia and other blood related conditions to lend a helping hand.
$100,000 penalty for spamming
The High Court has recently considered the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 for the first time, and ordered a spammer to pay $100,000.
RMA reforms signal a step in the right direction
Bell Gully welcomes the Government's announcement that it will be embarking on a significant series of reforms to the Resource Management Act.
Bell Gully partners again recognised by Asialaw
Bell Gully partners continue to feature as "leading lawyers" in the 2008 edition of Asialaw Leading Lawyers.
New Zealand insolvency expertise shared in specialist global guide
The New Zealand legal landscape around insolvency has been outlined by recognised Bell Gully specialist Murray Tingey in a newly released global publication.
Attack on rural activities: a mushrooming problem?
Meadow Mushrooms' decision to shut its Waikato growing operation, with more than 160 jobs lost, could not have come at a worse time for staff and the Morrinsville community – but it may also signal what's to come for more in the rural sector.
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