Richard Peters was the first lawyer to represent Brenton Tarrant as the duty solicitor.
It was the first company to face prosecution over allegedly falsifying student records.
The former rich-lister will be a guest of Her Majesty at Pentonville Prison in London.
Richard Blackwood wanted more than $75,000 after having his convictions overturned.
Peng Pian admitted he was greedy and has now repaid the victims of his fraud.
Media argued voters must be told who the two charged by the SFO are before election day.
Judge dismisses media appeal arguing public interest in knowing identities is now.
The minor party simply does not qualify for tomorrow's debate, says TVNZ.
A London judge said he had no confidence Watson is telling the truth about his assets.
The cargo was declared as roof extension units, but Customs found millions of cigarettes.
It was the first time the country's top court has squarely considered directors' duties.
Exclusive: The allegation was raised in a Parole Board report and has confused police.
"Reliance on social media 'popularity' is a blunt approach," High Court judge says.
While there were rumours and rumblings, when charges were laid last week, nobody knew.
Advance NZ believes it has a 'good prospect' of winning the Te Tai Tokerau electorate.