Firm Profile > Chapman Tripp > Wellington, New Zealand

Chapman Tripp
10 CUSTOMHOUSE QUAY
PO BOX 993
WELLINGTON 6140
New Zealand

Banking and finance Tier 1

Chapman Tripp acts for  local and international banks, as well as market-leading issuers, investors, arrangers, trustees and custodians, in some of the most significant financings in the New Zealand market. Last year, it acted for a syndicate of nine banks in the restructuring of Fletcher Building’s syndicated lending arrangements. In corporate finance, debt capital markets and infrastructure financing it is firmly among the market leaders. Cathryn Barber leads the practice from Auckland, where Ross Pennington is a leading light in capital markets and structured finance. Newly promoted partner Gerard Souness and rising star associate Luke Ford are also recommended. In Wellington, 30-year corporate finance veteran Mark Reese and Emma Sutcliffe, whose practice encompasses debt issuance and bilateral bank financing, are the standout partners.

Practice head(s):

Cathryn Barber

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited

Chorus New Zealand Limited

Westpac New Zealand Limited

Bank of China (NZ) Limited

Housing New Zealand

Lyttelton Port Company Limited

Summerset Group Holdings Limited

China Construction Bank (NZ)

Christchurch City Holdings Limited

Kiwibank Limited

Competition law Tier 1

The competition and regulatory practice at Chapman Tripp has a prominent role in competition, regulatory and antitrust cases, and it handles merger approvals, abuse of market power, cartel activity, anti-competitive arrangements, resale price maintenance, compliance audits and training programmes. Among its clients are some of the nation’s largest corporates, key government and financial institutions, major primary sector operatives, core infrastructure providers and multinationals operating in New Zealand. Practice co-head and regulatory specialist Neil Anderson is the key contact in Wellington, where consultant Grant David remains actively involved in merger clearances and contentious competition matters, and up-and-coming partner Lucy Cooper plays a key role in the practice. In Auckland, practice co-head Matt Sumpter provides anti-trust and intellectual property advice.

Practice head(s):

Neil Anderson; Matt Sumpter

Other key lawyers:

Grant David; Lucy Cooper; Simon Peart

Testimonials

“The firm has a standalone competition practice in Wellington that provides excellent and pragmatic advice.”

“Out of the big three NZ law firms, the Chapman Tripp team probably has the biggest competition team, at least at the partner level. The team is also very strong on the regulatory front, which is  reflected in its strong Wellington presence.”

“Each of the partners in the team is top notch, and very enjoyable to work with.”

“The team has excellent understanding of the wider political and social environment impacting our business, in addition to the market dynamics and the usual excellence in understanding of relevant law. Fantastic submission writing ability.”

“Lucy Cooper is a very clever and personable partner, who is always available, understands the market dynamics and legal issues quickly and can write well constructed and convincing submissions.”

“Andy Nicholls and Frank McLaughlin provide senior, politically savvy insights for our business.”

Key clients

Netflix

Amazon

Sony

Disney

Twentieth Century Fox

Warner Bros

Paramount

Universal Studios

Ingenico Group

Philip Morris International (PMI)

Gebr. Knauf KG

The Warehouse Group

Shell Investments NZ

Paymark

First Gas

Corporate and M&A Tier 1

Chapman Tripp has one of the largest corporate and commercial practices in New Zealand, and it has long-standing relationships with some of the country's largest corporate entities including private equity firms, sovereign wealth funds, and a large proportion of companies in the NZX 50. It is recognised as a market leader in both M&A and equity capital markets. Tim Tubman in Auckland leads the corporate practice and co-leads the firm's China desk. John Strowger is recommended for corporatisation and privatisation exercises, including M&A deals and IPOs. Corporate and securities law expert Roger Wallis, property market ECM and M&A specialist Pip EnglandRachel Dunne who is a leading light in equity capital markets work, up-and-coming partners Joshua Pringle and Lauren Curtayne are also central to the Auckland group, as is Nick Letham in Christchurch. Geof Shirtcliffe is the key partner in Wellington.

Practice head(s):

Tim Tubman

Testimonials

“They have quality clients and work on quality projects, so that builds a knowledge base and experience that we can draw on for our own complex projects.”

“The firm has a depth of experience across the team and is not afraid to pull in subject matter experts when needed on a deal.”

“Rachel Dunne is highly engaged in capital markets and M&A lawyer. She is a thought leader and is engaged in industry initiatives such as the 2029 Capital Markets review and helps me in my Listed Companies Association role when we think about capital markets regulatory reform.”

“Rachel Dunne, along with Pip England, also recently demonstrated strong capabilities in M&A in our recent sale of Tip Top; which produced an outstanding result for us and our shareholders.”

Key clients

ANZ

AMP

Mercury Energy

PGG Wrightson

Royal Dutch Shell

Tegel

Trilogy International

Vector Limited

WSP Global Inc

Z Energy

NZ Superannuation Fund

Dispute resolution Tier 1

Chapman Tripp handles some of the most significant commercial disputes in New Zealand before all levels of the courts and a range of alternative dispute resolution fora. It frequently acts for large domestic and international companies in complex and high-stakes multi-jurisdictional proceedings. Justin Graham, who specialises in media, defamation, IP, privacy, IT and iwi matters, leads the national dispute resolution group from Auckland, where John McKay has more than 30 years' experience in construction, M&A, PI insurance and media law disputes. Newly promoted partner Laura Fraser is an experienced advocate and commercial litigator has appeared in all courts up to and including the Supreme Court. In Wellington, Daniel Kalderimis leads the firm's international law practice and is 'a good guy for international arbitration'. Bruce Scott is a senior dispute resolution expert who specialises in commercial and public law litigation, both in the High Court and in private arbitrations.

Practice head(s):

Justin Graham

Other key lawyers:

John McKay; Daniel Kalderimis; Bruce Scott; Matt Sumpter; Edward Scorgie; Laura Fraser

Testimonials

“The team provides good strategic advice, has good litigation instincts, and works well with barristers. Their drafting/writing is also very solid.”

“They are experts in their field. Well resourced, they understand our business and values well and are able to provide advice and recommendations that are both commercial and pragmatic.”

“John Knight is one of New Zealand’s leading life insurance litigation experts. John and Bruce Scott have also both shown themselves to be impressive advocates for us in the courtroom when required.”

“The team has the ability to provide practical advice that is legally robust. They think outside the square to find solutions to problems. Their advice is clear and succinct, and can easily be used for advising non-lawyers within the business. They adapt the way they provide advice to the circumstances.”

“Tim Smith  is much more that a dispute resolution lawyer. He always has the endgame in mind and can help you navigate through complex processes. He understands the way private and public organisations work, and uses that knowledge to provide practical advice that helps you move things forward. You always feel that he has a strong commitment to getting your organisation the best outcome possible.”

“Extremely proactive and responsive, the firm has technical experts with a strong commercial overlay.”

“Daniel Kalderimis is extremely easy to work with. He’s very available and you always feel like you’re getting his full attention and considered, proactive, commercial, technically sound advice. A very safe pair of hands.”

Key clients

The Earthquake Commission (EQC)

BlueScope Steel Limited

New Zealand Transport Agency

Vector Limited

Paymark Limited

New Zealand Steel

Motion Picture Association of America

Mediaworks Limited

L&M Coal Holdings Ltd

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Trust

Intellectual property Tier 1

Chapman Tripp has one of the most experienced IP teams among the New Zealand's full-service firms. It represents some of the country's largest businesses including Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Fonterra on business-critical IP matters, as well as acting for leading global technology and entertainment companies. The firm's active corporate practice is backed up with extensive IP commercialisation expertise and a strong contentious IP practice. IP, competition law and civil litigation specialist Matt Sumpter leads the practice from Auckland, where Kelly McFadzien handles corporate matters with an emphasis on IP, notably in the TMT sector. IP and TMT litigation partner Justin Graham and rising star senior associate Tom Cleary are also highly recommended. Tim Sherman is the key partner in Wellington for outsourcing, IP and TMT transactions.

Practice head(s):

Matt Sumpter

Other key lawyers:

Kelly McFadzien; Justin Graham; Tim Sherman; Tom Cleary

Testimonials

“I have worked with Kelly McFadzian on two transactions recently. She is across the detail of some significant complexities but is also able to cut-through it all and provide a simple commercial perspective and recommended approach.”

Key clients

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Limited

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited

SKY Network Television Limited

NZME

MediaWorks

Motion Picture Association of America

Mercury NZ Limited

Philip Morris

Les Mills International

Investment funds Tier 1

The dedicated funds, KiwiSaver and superannuation practice at Chapman Tripp has a prominent position in the market, having advised the five major domestic commercial banks, six of New Zealand’s major fund managers, four large insurers, four major domestic investment banks and brokers, major workplace savings schemes and leading corporate trustees on regulatory matters. Funds management and securities law specialist Penny Sheerin leads the practice from Auckland, where Tim Williams has more than 20 years' experience as a leading practitioner for the development of innovative investment products and advice on regulatory change. Mike Woodbury in Wellington specialises in retirement schemes and financial services regulation, and he acts for the trustees, managers or sponsors of major schemes throughout New Zealand. Auckland-based associates Phoebe Gibbons and Emma Dale are rising stars.

Practice head(s):

Penny Sheerin

Other key lawyers:

Tim Williams; Mike Woodbury; Bradley Kidd; Phoebe Gibbons; Emma Dale; Kara Daly

Testimonials

‘Tim Williams and Mike Woodbury are highly recommended for their expertise in this sector.’

‘It has a large partnership with depth of knowledge and expertise. It focuses on good client outcomes and understands the nature of our unique fund offerings.’

‘It has sound legal knowledge in the sphere we operate in and always provides matter of fact advice. It is focused on building strong client relationships.’

‘The firm is proactive and influential in the industry and has been instrumental in shaping the law, its application and its ongoing refinement. This background gives Chapman Tripp a depth of expertise and an ability to assist clients in shaping solutions that is hard to rival.’

‘It is a “go-to” law firm when solutions to complex opportunities need to be developed and implemented. This part of the firm goes well beyond delivering advice and opinions.’

‘The partner we engage with is Mike Woodbury. He stands out as a leader in his field because of his involvement over a good number of years with shaping, implementing and proactively refining the law and regulations across the industry. As a result, he has a deep understanding of the industry and a large network of key participants.’

‘From a clients point of view Mike Woodbury is exceptional in that he brings to the table a complete package of commercial, operational and legal expertise in order to develop creative and workable solutions and can carry them right through to implementation and project management.’

‘Mike Woodbury makes sure we understand the areas in which there is uncertainty. It means we can confidently rely on his advice, recommendations and guidance.’

Key clients

ANZ Bank

AMP Wealth Management New Zealand Limited

BNZ

Bank of China

Fisher Funds

Nikko Asset Management

Conrad Funds Management Limited

Foundation Life

Craigs Investment Partners

Calder Stewart

Projects and resources management (including environment) Tier 1

Chapman Tripp has a multi-disciplinary team that advises both domestic and international companies on issues relating to oil and gas, power, coal and minerals, water and waste, government and regulatory issues, and climate change. Among its clients for projects and resource management matters are major primary sector participants, government agencies, minerals and mining companies, leading gas and electricity infrastructure providers, upstream and downstream petroleum sector participants, and irrigation companies. Energy and natural resource projects specialist Brian Clayton and major infrastructure, transport and property development projects expert Paula Brosnahan lead practice in Auckland. Construction and projects partner Hamish Bolland is recommended for infrastructure, mining, energy, water, oil and gas, health, commercial, hotels and residential matters. Ben Williams leads the practice in Christchurch, where Jo Appleyard is a leading light in the environmental and resource management aspects of natural resources, irrigation and infrastructure projects.

Practice head(s):

Brian Clayton; Paula Brosnahan; Ben Williams

Other key lawyers:

Jo Appleyard; Catherine Somerville-Frost; Hamish Bolland; Lauren Curtayne

Key clients

Mercury NZ Limited

NZ Transport Agency

Solomon Islands Electricity Authority

Lyttelton Port Company

Vector

Eastland Generation

Queenstown Airport Corporation

Beach Energy Limited

Shell New Zealand

First Gas / Gas Services NZ

Real estate and construction Tier 1

Chapman Tripp plays a prominent role in New Zealand's construction and major projects sector, advising both public and private organisations on innovative infrastructure projects, PPPs, construction disputes and large developments. It is also a leading player in the real estate sector with clients such as Panuku Development Auckland, Fu Wah and Fletcher Residential. Matthew Carroll, who has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating tender and construction documentation for both infrastructure and commercial developments, and specialist construction projects partner Brian Clayton in Auckland, lead the firm's property and construction practice. Mark Nicholson is a leading light in property development, acquisitions, disposals, syndications, leasing and infrastructure. Up-and-coming partner Hamish Bolland is recommended for domestic and international projects in the infrastructure, mining, energy, water, oil and gas, health, commercial, hotel and residential sectors. In Wellington, Greg Wise is recommended for infrastructure, utilities and property matters. Tessa Baker has recently been made a partner.

Practice head(s):

Matthew Carroll; Bryan Clayton

Other key lawyers:

Mark Nicholson; Bill Sandston; Greg Wise; John McKay; Hamish Bolland; Edward Scorgie

Testimonials

“Chapman Tripp’s real estate and construction practice has one of the few pure construction-focused teams in New Zealand. In addition, they can seamlessly work in with the legal team and the business directly. Easily the best construction team in New Zealand. When it comes to ‘bet the company’ projects, they are easily the best firm in New Zealand.”

“Brian Clayton is outstanding. He leads the team and provides safe guidance of major projects. He is extremely experienced and exceptional in the negotiation room.”

“Hamish Bolland is a good young partner and a safe pair of hands.”

“Jenny Kenyon is a workhorse. She manages her workload with a smile and is extremely pleasant to deal with.”

“Kylie Mutch is a future star. She is much better than her years and one of the best lawyers I have worked with given her years of experience. She will definitely be a construction lawyer receiving significant accolades in the near future.”

Key clients

Blackstone Group

Fletcher Residential

Panuku Development Auckland

Augusta Capital Limited

Hengyi

Tauranga Crossing

Todd Property Group Limited

Wellington City Council

Willis Bond & Co

Fu Wah New Zealand Limited

Ministry of Health

Ministry of Education

Mercury

Solomon Islands Electricity Authority (Solomon Power)

Eastland Group

McConnell Family

Lincoln University/ AgResearch

New Zealand Transport Agency

James Hardie New Zealand

Counties Manukau District Health Board

Restructuring and insolvency Tier 1

Chapman Tripp has one of the most prominent restructuring and insolvency practice in New Zealand and has an outstanding track record in debt restructuring and distressed debt, voluntary administration, and the design and implementation of schemes and compromises. It acts for all of the country's leading insolvency practitioners including KordaMentha and PwC, as well as leading banks such as Bank of New Zealand, ANZ Bank and Westpac. Litigator Michael Arthur and restructuring and insolvency specialist Michael Harper in Auckland are the practice heads. Senior associate Janko Marcetic has substantial experience in acting for company directors facing claims for alleged breaches of duty and regulatory charges. Wellington partner Daniel Kalderimis is an experienced advisor and advocate in large commercial disputes and leads Chapman Tripp’s international law practice.

Practice head(s):

Michael Arthur; Michael Harper

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

KordaMentha

Ferrier Hodgson

PricewaterhouseCoopers

McDonald Vague

ANZ Bank New Zealand (ANZ)

Bank of New Zealand (BNZ)

Westpac New Zealand

BWA Insolvency Limited

Staples Rodway

Ecovis KGA

TMT Tier 1

Chapman Tripp has a multi-disciplinary practice with a strong track record in some of New Zealand’s largest and most significant ICT projects. It provides strategic and commercial advice, handles acquisitions and disposals for TMT clients, and also acts in contentious matters. Among its key clients are Microsoft, which it advises on major projects and ongoing operations in New Zealand and Australia, Mercury Energy and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. It also acts for many of the leading media and telecoms companies in New Zealand. Corporate partner Tim Sherman in Wellington and Kelly McFadzien in Auckland, who advises on on data protection, privacy and consumer law,  lead the practice. Auckland-based Bruce McClintock, who is CEO of the firm's technology and innovation business, Zeren, is a leading light in the market.

Practice head(s):

Tim Sherman; Kelly McFadzien

Other key lawyers:

Bruce McClintock; Lauren Curtayne; Ben Warden

Key clients

Microsoft

Chorus

Mercury Energy

Fonterra

Fisher & Paykel

BNZ

Kiwibank

Airways Corporation

New Zealand Post

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Insurance Tier 2

Chapman Tripp acts for numerous large New Zealand and international insurers, including AMP and Tower, as well as a global multiline insurer. Its main focus is on complex commercial and regulatory matters for both insurers and corporates. Its work encompasses policy drafting, securities law issues, new product development and captive insurance arrangements. The key partners are Garth Gallaway in Christchurch, who handles professional indemnity, statutory liability and public liability insurance and is a leading expert in health and safety law; litigator John Knight in Wellington, who focuses on insurance, maritime law and resource management; and, also in Wellington, Bruce Scott who acts for local and international insurers in public liability, general claims and income protection claims.

Labour and employment Tier 2

Chapman Tripp has a broad domestic and international client base that includes large domestic corporates such as Beca Limited and New Zealand Steel, as well as multinationals such as Fuji Xerox and Philip Morris. As well as handling the employment aspects of some of New Zealand’s most significant corporate transactions, the firm advises on high-profile and sensitive matters such as the exit of senior executives and corporate restructurings. Marie Wisker leads the practice from Auckland and provides both employment law and professional indemnity advice to the firm's large employer clients. Garth Gallaway in Christchurch leads on health and safety matters. He has extensive experience in H&S investigations and prosecutions, both on direct instructions and through insurers.

Practice head(s):

Marie Wisker

Other key lawyers:

Garth Gallaway; Geoff Carter; Vonda Engels

Testimonials

“Garth Gallaway’s team has strong capability in health and safety defence work. Jo Appleyard is excellent in employment disputes – efficient, effective and commercial.”

Key clients

Fuji Xerox New Zealand Limited

New Zealand Steel Limited

Pan Pac Forest Products Limited

Eastland Port

Beca Limited

Philip Morris (New Zealand) Limited

Peter Baker Transport Limited

Athenberry Holdings Limited

Oceana Gold (NZ) Limited

The Meat Industry Association of New Zealand Incorporated

Tax Tier 2

Chapman Tripp has a large tax practice that frequently handles large corporate transactions requiring taxation law, including M&A deals, securitisations, restructurings, cross-border capital repatriation and dividend issues, as well as tax disputes with Inland Revenue. In Auckland, Graeme Olding and Bevan Miles advise on a broad range of tax matters including business structures, reorganisations, merger and acquisition transactions and tax disputes, as well as cross-border structuring issues, and debt and equity issuances. In Wellington, David Patterson , who has more than 25 years' market experience, and senior associate Vivian Cheng are highly recommended.

Transport (rail, road, air and sea) Tier 2

Chapman Tripp has a broad-ranging transport practice that handles the funding, procurement and establishment of road, rail, sea and air transport infrastructure for government agencies, airports, port companies and shipping operators. Among its clients are the New Zealand Transport Agency, Auckland International Airport, Queenstown Airport Corporation, Christchurch International Airport and Lyttelton Port Company. It draws on the experience of its environment and resource management specialist Jo Appleyard in Christchurch and, in Auckland, Paula Brosnahan and Catherine Somerville-Frost. Litigator John Knight is recognised as a leading expert in insurance, maritime law and resource management disputes.

Chapman Tripp is New Zealand’s leading full service law firm with offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Chapman Tripp represents major New Zealand and multinational players in all industries and sectors including agriculture and forestry, energy and natural resources, insurance, construction and infrastructure, banking and financial services, government and technology. The firm advises clients on all their legal requirements, including commercial, corporate, property, finance, tax, dispute resolution, environmental and government relations issues. It plays key roles in M&A, disposals, takeovers, financing, insolvency, restructuring, banking, procurement processes, large scale infrastructure projects and dispute resolution proceedings in New Zealand and around the globe.

Many of its lawyers have worked in Australia, the UK, the US, the Middle East, Asia, Africa or Europe, and are well-placed to advise on inbound and outbound trade and investment matters. Chapman Tripp maintains an international perspective and understanding of the commercial imperatives and regulatory pressures involved in multinational transactions.

Department Name Email Telephone
Competition, regulatory and antitrust Matt Sumpter
Competition, regulatory and antitrust Neil Anderson
Construction Brian Clayton
Construction John McKay
Corporate and commercial Tim Tubman
Corporate and commercial Bradley Kidd
Employment and health and safety Marie Wisker
Employment and health and safety Garth Gallaway
Energy and natural resources Josh Blackmore
Energy and natural resources Brian Clayton
Energy and natural resources Catherine Somerville-Frost
Environment and resource management Jo Appleyard
Environment and resource management Paula Brosnahan
Finance and capital markets Mark Reese
Finance and capital markets Ross Pennington
Tax Graeme Olding
Tax David Patterson
Tax Bevan Miles
Funds and superannuation Penny Sheerin
Funds and superannuation Tim Williams
Funds and superannuation Mike Woodbury
Government Matt Yarnell
Government Frank McLaughlin
Infrastructure Mark Reese
Infrastructure Brian Clayton
Infrastructure Paula Brosnahan
Insurance John Knight
Insurance Garth Gallaway
Intellectual property and TMT Matt Sumpter
Intellectual property and TMT Kelly McFadzien
International trade and investment Daniel Kalderimis
International trade and investment Tim Tubman
Litigation and dispute resolution Edward Scorgie
Mergers and acquisitions John Strowger
Mergers and acquisitions Josh Blackmore
Private client and trusts Jarrod Walker
Private client and trusts Arthur Young
Property Matthew Carroll
Property Andrew Woods
Restructuring and insolvency Michael Harper
Restructuring and insolvency Michael Arthur
Number of lawyers : 200+
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Chapman Tripp is New Zealand’s leading full service law firm with offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Chapman Tripp represents major New Zealand and multinational players in all industries and sectors including agriculture and forestry, energy and natural resources, insurance, construction and infrastructure, banking and financial services, government and technology. The firm advises clients on all their legal requirements, including commercial, corporate, property, finance, tax, dispute resolution, environmental and government relations issues. It plays key roles in M&A, disposals, takeovers, financing, insolvency, restructuring, banking, procurement processes, large scale infrastructure projects and dispute resolution proceedings in New Zealand and around the globe.

Many of its lawyers have worked in Australia, the UK, the US, the Middle East, Asia, Africa or Europe, and are well-placed to advise on inbound and outbound trade and investment matters. Chapman Tripp maintains an international perspective and understanding of the commercial imperatives and regulatory pressures involved in multinational transactions.

Department Name Email Telephone
Competition, regulatory and antitrust Matt Sumpter
Competition, regulatory and antitrust Neil Anderson
Construction Brian Clayton
Construction John McKay
Corporate and commercial Tim Tubman
Corporate and commercial Bradley Kidd
Employment and health and safety Marie Wisker
Employment and health and safety Garth Gallaway
Energy and natural resources Josh Blackmore
Energy and natural resources Brian Clayton
Energy and natural resources Catherine Somerville-Frost
Environment and resource management Jo Appleyard
Environment and resource management Paula Brosnahan
Finance and capital markets Mark Reese
Finance and capital markets Ross Pennington
Tax Graeme Olding
Tax David Patterson
Tax Bevan Miles
Funds and superannuation Penny Sheerin
Funds and superannuation Tim Williams
Funds and superannuation Mike Woodbury
Government Matt Yarnell
Government Frank McLaughlin
Infrastructure Mark Reese
Infrastructure Brian Clayton
Infrastructure Paula Brosnahan
Insurance John Knight
Insurance Garth Gallaway
Intellectual property and TMT Matt Sumpter
Intellectual property and TMT Kelly McFadzien
International trade and investment Daniel Kalderimis
International trade and investment Tim Tubman
Litigation and dispute resolution Edward Scorgie
Mergers and acquisitions John Strowger
Mergers and acquisitions Josh Blackmore
Private client and trusts Jarrod Walker
Private client and trusts Arthur Young
Property Matthew Carroll
Property Andrew Woods
Restructuring and insolvency Michael Harper
Restructuring and insolvency Michael Arthur
Number of lawyers : 200+
German
Spanish
Afrikaans
Bengali
Cantonese
Hindi
Indonesian
Japanese
Korean
Malay
Mandarin
Russian
Swedish
Samoan
Tongan
Filipino
Farsi
Chinese
Finnish
Urdu
Kurdish
French
Persian
Maori
Fijian
Irish
Sign Language
Singhalese