Sol Dolor

Sol Dolor

Sol is currently a journalist at Australasian Lawyer and New Zealand Lawyer.

A versatile and experienced journalist, Sol has covered finance, sports, and business across Australia, USA, New Zealand, and Asia. Before joining Australasian Lawyer and New Zealand Lawyer, Sol was a managing editor with FOX sports. Sol’s specialty areas include the legal profession, capital markets, and M&A.

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Tompkins Wake welcomes five in Auckland, including new partner

Tompkins Wake welcomes five in Auckland, including new partner

Appointments mean the Auckland team has grown by 150% over the past two years

DLA Piper helps Australian financial services group divest NZ business

DLA Piper helps Australian financial services group divest NZ business

With consent, the firm acted for both the seller and the buyer

Practising fee kept the same due to virus

Practising fee kept the same due to virus

Law Society board initially intended to recommend a modest increase

Gaze Burt appoints director

Gaze Burt appoints director

Senior lawyer specialises on corporate and property law

Pandemic made firm founder realise it’s time to step down

Pandemic made firm founder realise it’s time to step down

She thought she was far from being ready to move on to the next challenge

COVID-19 and NZ courts updates: 4 May

COVID-19 and NZ courts updates: 4 May

More details shared about court protocols under alert level 3

Lane Neave adds litigation senior associate

Lane Neave adds litigation senior associate

Based in Auckland, the new addition brings extensive experience in civil and commercial disputes to the firm

Chapman Tripp ensures success of first new equity listing on the NZX in 2020

Chapman Tripp ensures success of first new equity listing on the NZX in 2020

Market debut is also the first “reverse listing” under the replacement NZX Listing Rules that came into effect last year

Wynn Williams promotes three

Wynn Williams promotes three

One makes senior associate, while two more are appointed as associates

Temporary changes to wills and oaths implemented

Temporary changes to wills and oaths implemented

Two immediate modification orders temporarily change Wills Act 2007 and Oaths and Declarations Act 1957