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Chapman Tripp

23 ALBERT STREET, PO BOX 2206, AUCKLAND 1140, NEW ZEALAND
Tel:
Work +64 9 357 9000
Fax:
Fax +64 9 357 9099
DX:
DX 89 AUCKLAND
Email:
Web:
www.chapmantripp.com

Greg Wise

Tel:
Work :+64 4 498 2404
Email:
Chapman Tripp

Work Department

Real estate, property and construction

Position

Partner

Career

Greg is a partner specialising in infrastructure, construction law and commercial property.   Greg has extensive experience across a wide range of infrastructure, utilities and property matters and also advises a broad range of clients on contracting issues, with particular expertise in IT services contracts.   Prior to joining Chapman Tripp in 2008, Greg spent a number of years as advisor and in-house corporate counsel at Spark (formerly Telecom) practicing in areas of property and construction, telecommunications and IT.  He has considerable expertise in infrastructure projects and transactions involving large and complex property holdings. Greg also advises on matters involving construction procurement and probity.

Member

Greg is a member of the New Zealand Law Society

Education

LLB, University of Canterbury


New Zealand

Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Chapman Tripp provides 'great service and knowledge - the advice is relevant and on time', according to one client. Another describes it as 'a "go-to" firm for any complex property matter'. Construction expert Brian Clayton and real estate specialist Matthew Carroll in Auckland lead the practice, which counts Foodstuffs North Island, Fletcher Residential and Todd Property Group among its clients. Mark Nicholson handles development, acquisitions, disposals, syndications, leasing and infrastructure matters. He advised Blackstone Group on the NZ$635m purchase of Goodman/GIC’s Viaduct Portfolio. Bill Sandston advises corporate and high-net-worth investors on the acquisition and management of their New Zealand property portfolios. Litigator John McKay is recommended for construction disputes. Newly promoted partner Hamish Bolland is a rising star. Greg Wise in Wellington has extensive experience in infrastructure, utilities and property matters, and counts the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment among his clients. He has 'fantastic industry knowledge and his advice is practical and tailored to the situation'.

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