Firm Profile > Tompkins Wake > Hamilton, New Zealand

Tompkins Wake
WESSTPAC HOUSE, LEVEL 8
430 VICTORIA STREET, PO BOX 258
HAMILTON
New Zealand

Dispute resolution Tier 3

Tompkins Wake handles high-level commercial and private client litigation and arbitration for large, nationally recognised clients. It has a particularly strong local government practice handling litigation, judicial review and electoral matters, among other things. 'Very experienced and proficient' practice head James MacGillivray in Hamilton has particular expertise in the aviation, local government and dairy sectors. In the same office, Mark Hammond has extensive experience in regulatory prosecutions and Kate Cornegé has notable experience in cases in regulated industries such as dairy, energy and telecommunications. Fraser Wood in Rotorua handles civil, criminal and employment matters.

Practice head(s):

Testimonials

‘A very commercial and broad-based practice.’

‘James MacGillivray is very experienced and proficient. Kate Cornege is great to work with. Both have good judgment and are very capable.’

‘Stephanie Ambler is an outstanding partners in the estate, trust and relationship property litigation area. She has comprehensive knowledge and is responsive and cost-effective.’

‘They have a strong team ethic, which is driven by the partners. They are always making sure that one of their specialised is involved. We do tend to first ask James McGillivray who is our key contact and he will direct us to the appropriate people.’

‘We deal mainly with James McGillivray who is a great tactician in respect to litigation. James is ably assisted by Simon Jass who works tirelessly on getting the fact in order. That team won us a significant case in 2019/2020.’

‘Tompkins Wake is a truly strategic partner. They are unique in that they look at the ultimate community outcomes of their advice and consider the overall well being of community. As a council, this relationship and focus is critical.’

‘They provide advice and strategic support over and above their role as lawyers to the council. They understand the council’s strategic direction and work at every level to maximise our ability to achieve these outcomes.’

‘The partners I work with have the key skills to do the work – they are experts in their particular disciplines and understand how to break difficult and complex issues down and support in a pragmatic way.’

‘James MacGillivray completely understands the value the council provides to the community and works hard to deliver world-class advice. He is able to manage processes effectively and is highlight risk.’

‘Mark Hammond provides pragmatic strategic employment relation advice. He is absolutely exceptional in building ER strategies and executing them.’

Key clients

Air New Zealand Limited

Open Country Dairy Limited

Hamilton City Council

IBC Japan Limited

Two directors of Bodco Limited

South Waikato District Council

Waikato Regional Council

Intellectual property Tier 3

'top Hamilton firm able to cover all aspects of legal requirements', Tompkins Wake frequently handles trade mark portfolio management and IP litigation, including trade mark oppositions, revocations and invalidity applications. Its work covers strategic advice on multi-jurisdictional trade mark portfolios, as well as advice on copyright and patents. The practice is led by senior associate and trade mark specialist Shelley Slade-Gully and litigation partner Kate Cornege in Hamilton, along with special Robert Bycroft in Auckland, who leads the firm's life sciences practice. Special counsel Mark Lowndes, who handles corporate and commercial matters, and partner Sarah Kerr, who handles both corporate transactions and disputes, joined in Auckland from now disbanded firm Lowndes; both bring experience in IP matters.

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Shelley Slade-Gully is personable and authentic. She touches base beyond simply ‘the work’ and checks in on clients regularly at a personal level.’

Projects and resources management (including environment) Tier 3

Tompkins Wake has established a resource management practice, notably in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions, through the specialist skills of lead partners Marianne Mackintosh and Bridget Parham in Hamilton and Theresa Le Bas in Rotorua. They advise public and private sector clients on resource management and local government law, with notable work for local government authorities, large corporate farming entities and private individuals. Recent work encompasses resource consents for a municipal wastewater treatment plant and a milk processing facility’s wastewater treatment plant; representing councils in their role as responding territorial authorities; supporting territorial authorities in full district plan reviews and plan changes; and extensive work on due diligence and enforcement obligations.

Key clients

Hamilton City Council

Otorohanga District Council

Rotorua Lakes Council

Waikato District Council

Waipa District Council

Real estate and construction Tier 3

The property practice is the largest group at Tompkins Wake. The firm advises private clients, businesses, developers, investors, end-users, property funds and local government authorities on a range of construction projects, developments, acquisitions, disposals and leasing. In Hamilton, Scott Ratuki leads on commercial property, while local government specialist Peter Duncan is the lead property and real estate partner. Ratuki and Peter Fanning are active in large-scale developments and subdivisions throughout New Zealand. Duncan works with major council clients in the central North Island, while up-and-coming partner Campbell Stewart focuses on Overseas Investment Office and Emissions Trading Scheme compliance. Kate Searancke brings to bear her Maori organisations and iwi matters. Andrew Orme in Rotorua focuses on commercial property and public works matters.

Practice head(s):

Key clients

Stark Property

Foster Construction Group

Perjuli Developments Limited

Te Kowhai Estate Limited

FDL Tamahere Limited

River Road North Limited

Hamilton City Council

Corporate and M&A Tier 4

Tompkins Wake frequently handles corporate matters for clients in regulated sectors such as dairy, electricity, telecommunications and local government. It acts for domestic corporates, multi-nationals, banks, developers, institutional investors, property funds, iwi and local government authorities in matters ranging from corporate financing through to construction projects, commercial developments and commercial acquisitions. Mark Renner in Hamilton leads a practice in which M&A specialist Phil Taylor is recommended. The corporate group in Auckland, where Tom Arieli and Bryce Davey are key partners, expanded with the arrival of special counsel Mark Lowndes and a team from his former firm Lowndes.

Practice head(s):

Key clients

UPFintech Holding Limited

Zip Co Limited

Danaher Corporation

Hamilton City Council

Zambion Corporation

The firm: Lowndes is a specialist corporate and commercial law firm founded in 1997. It has strategically grown in size, depth and expertise by attracting experienced lawyers with specialist reputations and skills from the major NZ and overseas law firms, as well as promoting the most talented associates from within. Lowndes deliberately maintains low gearing of associates to directors. The senior lawyers joined the firm to move away from ‘Big Law’ with its increasing emphasis on the business of law and managing a large team. They prefer to be ‘on the tools’, advising and working with their clients personally. Lowndes’ clients respond to the personal care of their matters by the directors and senior lawyers.

Financial and commercial literacy is a key focus in the Lowndes commercial practice and many of its lawyers have board experience, commerce degrees and two of its senior lawyers are dual qualified as lawyers and accountants. The expertise, experience and qualifications of the Lowndes’ directors attracts sophisticated and complex work.

The firm continuously innovates its legal service delivery and is a leader in the ‘New Law’ approach including flexible working, its ‘Parents in Law’ programme, remote working technology, flexible remuneration arrangements, lower overheads and the leveraging of technology for efficient delivery of services.

International client work continues to account for about a third of Lowndes’ revenue and as such the firm is set up to give overseas clients a full commercial offering ensuring ease of doing business in NZ.  Lowndes is the sole NZ representative of three international networks: Multilaw of which Mark Lowndes was a recent chairman, Legalink and the International Network of Boutique & Independent Law Firms.

Lowndes is committed to sustainability and contributing to the communities we live and work in.  It was the first NZ law firm to be certified as carbon zero in 2007.  In June 2017 Lowndes received the Outstanding Performance Award for Carbon Management in the Small Organisation category from Enviro-Mark Solutions.  It runs a quarterly programme of community contribution and is actively involved in such programmes as community law and student mentoring.

As well as recognition in Legal500 Lowndes is recognised in:

  • Chambers Asia Pacific for Corporate and Commercial, Restructuring and Insolvency and Shipping.
  • AsiaLaw Profiles for Corporate/M&A, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property, IT, Telco and Media, Restructuring and Insolvency, and Shipping, Maritime and Aviation.
  • IFLR1000 for Banking and Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Restructuring and Insolvency.

Types of work undertaken: Lowndes has industry-leading specialists such as Mark Lowndes, Paul Hartland, Allan McRae, Sarah Kerr and Kerri Dewe in corporate and commercial, and mergers and acquisitions; Mark Lowndes in technology, media and telecommunications; Mike Whale, Michael Anderson, Jacqueline Lethbridge and Jennifer Tunna in restructuring and insolvency; Michael Anderson and Jennifer Tunna in banking and finance; Michael McCarthy in shipping and transport; and Michael McCarthy and Jacqueline Lethbridge in litigation and dispute resolution.

Lowndes represents notable clients in innovative and uncommon matters. It acted on one of only eight New Zealand listings in 2016. Lowndes represents sophisticated technology clients on complex transactional and regulatory matters as well as the international commercialisation of their technology. It also acted for rapidly growing innovative NZ technology companies including in connection with a joint venture representing a substantial investment in artificial intelligence for the legal profession.

In the mergers and acquisitions area the firm has represented clients engaging in significant transactions, often with cross-border aspects. It is active in the regulatory space, obtaining various exemptions from the takeovers code; acting on the preparation of complex applications for Overseas Investment Office consents; and acting on various matters involving interaction with the Financial Markets Authority, including on assisting with breaches of the Financial Markets Conduct legislation. The firm acts on specialist security arrangements (for instance, over the components of a mobile telephone network, and over multinational receivables), cross-border transactions (in-bound and out-bound) and also advises corporate trustees on large bond issues.

Lowndes leads a number of high-profile matters including the extensive litigation spinning out of the Rena shipwreck – which it believes has been the largest litigation matter in NZ. Lowndes, led by partner Michael McCarthy, is acting for the owners and insurers of the Rena. Jacqueline Lethbridge leads a number of high-profile civil litigation matters with a specialisation in restructuring and insolvency. Mike Whale is the co-editor of the leading New Zealand insolvency text book, Heath & Whale on Insolvency.  Lowndes was involved in drafting the Code of Conduct for the Restructuring, Insolvency & Turnaround Association of New Zealand Inc.

Our Expertise: Corporate and Commercial: Corporate and commercial law is the core around which the Lowndes firm is built. It brings the same pragmatic commercial law advice to multinationals and start-up businesses. Lowndes’ lawyers understand what matters in a transaction and that resilient legal structures become the platform on which to build business.  Many of the Lowndes’ lawyers hold commerce qualifications.

Banking and Financial Services: Lowndes advises on a broad range of financial services, banking and financing transactions including complex international, corporate, trade and supplier financing arrangements, all forms of public and private debt and equity financing, and related regulatory issues.

Litigation and Dispute Resolution: The Lowndes commercial litigation team is focussed on achieving commercial outcomes from litigation whether it be through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation, or arbitration or through court proceedings. Lowndes’ litigators have appeared at all levels of the court system and often work collaboratively with senior barristers and Queen’s Counsel.

Property, Real Estate and Construction: Lowndes’ property and construction team understand that property projects must be executed precisely, efficiently and innovatively. Its sound knowledge of New Zealand property market enables it to act across the whole spectrum of complex property related transactions. Lowndes commercial property lawyers act for corporates, individuals and trusts.

Intellectual Property: Lowndes’ international focus and experience comes to the fore in advising on intellectual property protection and commercialisation. It has defended IP rights for multinationals and assisted early stage companies in their international growth.

Restructuring and Insolvency: The Lowndes’ team includes some of New Zealand’s leading practitioners combining relevant banking, insolvency, restructuring and litigation expertise. Lowndes acts for the leading insolvency practitioners and has been involved in various cross-border assignments.

Employment, Health and Safety: Lowndes provides decisive practical advice and cost effective solutions in relation to large or small work forces.

Technology, Media and Telecommunications: Lowndes acts for multinationals to start-ups and has advised on all aspects of projects ranging from infrastructure to ground breaking technologies.

International Trade and Investment: Lowndes has an extensive international practice working regularly on cross border transactions, investments and disputes. Their large international network of overseas law firms gives access to trusted advice around the world. Lowndes provides comprehensive commercial and regulatory advice.

Maritime, Aviation, Transport and Insurance: Lowndes has one of New Zealand’s leading practices representing many well-known local and international companies and insurers in maritime, shipping, transport, ports and aviation. They assist with providing commercial advice and dispute resolution. There is no substitute for industry knowledge and experience combined with technical expertise.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Lowndes’ lawyers have extensive experience in large and complex transactions over a broad range of industries and including cross border matters. They understand the need for teamwork with our client and other advisors, staying focussed on issues of commercial importance and delivery of outcomes in the required timeframes.

Competition and Trade Practices: Lowndes is highly experienced in all aspects of this area including takeovers, mergers and acquisitions, fair trading and misleading conduct, restrictive trade practices, price control and price fixing, competition and antitrust,  Commerce Commission, clearances & authorisations, market investigations, cartel legislation, sale of goods, consumer and marketing law, Privacy Act compliance, advertising codes, and prosecutions.  It offers strategic advice and resolves disputes cost effectively.

Department Name Email Telephone
Corporate and commercial | Mergers and acquisitions | Intellectual property | International trade and investment | Technology, media and telecommunications Mark Lowndes
Corporate and commercial | Mergers and acquisitions | Banking and financial services Allan McRae
Litigation and dispute resolution | Restructuring and insolvency Jacqueline Lethbridge
Banking and financial services | Restructuring and insolvency | Corporate and commercial Jennifer Tunna
Property, real estate and construction Kathryn Hickling
Corporate and commercial | Mergers and acquisitions | Competition, trade practices and consumer law | Employment, health and safety Kerri Dewe
Maritime, aviation, transport and insurance | Litigation and dispute resolution | International trade and investment | Competition, trade practices and consumer law Michael McCarthy
Banking and financial services | Restructuring and insolvency Michael Anderson
Corporate and commercial | Banking and financial services | Mergers and acquisitions Paul Hartland
Corporate and commercial | Mergers and acquisitions Sarah Kerr
Litigation and dispute resolution | Restructuring and insolvency | Employment Tim Jeffcott
Photo Name Position Profile
 Stephanie Ambler  photo Stephanie Ambler Partner Adoption, Care of Children, Child Support, Dissolution (Divorce), International Family Law,…
 Kate Cornege  photo Kate Cornege Partner Alternative Dispute Resolution, Competition Law Disputes, Competition Law, Consumer Law, Dairy…
 Peter Duncan  photo Peter Duncan Partner Charities and Incorporated Societies, Commercial Property Transactions, Elder Law, Local Government…
 Peter Fanning  photo Peter Fanning Partner Agribusiness Transactions, Agribusiness – Structuring, Commercial Property Transactions, Large Scale Development,…
 Mark Hammond  photo Mark Hammond Partner Arbitration, Coronial Inquests, Employment Law, Health and Safety, NZ Sports Tribunal…
Mr Mark Lowndes photo Mr Mark Lowndes Managing Director
 James MacGillivray  photo James MacGillivray Partner Commercial and Property Disputes, Commercial Arbitration, Competition Law Disputes, Construction and…
 Marianne Mackintosh  photo Marianne Mackintosh Partner Coastal and Oceans Policy, Environmental Due Diligence, Freshwater Management, Official Information…
 Philip Monahan  photo Philip Monahan Partner
 Bridget Parham  photo Bridget Parham Partner
 Scott Ratuki  photo Scott Ratuki Partner Banking and Finance, Commercial Law, Commercial Property Transactions, Corporate Structuring/Restructuring, Event…
 Mark Renner  photo Mark Renner Partner
 Kate Searancke  photo Kate Searancke Partner Acquisition finance, Banking and Finance, Commercial Property Transactions, Subdivisions and Development,…
 Campbell Stewart  photo Campbell Stewart Partner Agribusiness Transactions, Agribusiness – Structuring, Charities and Incorporated Societies, Commercial Property…
 Kate Sullivan  photo Kate Sullivan Partner Dissolution (Divorce), Estate Claims, Relationship Property Disputes, Trust Litigation and Dispute…
 Phil Taylor  photo Phil Taylor Partner and Chairman of Partners Competition and Regulation, Corporate Advisory, Corporate Governance,…
Number of lawyers : 19
Legal Executives : 2
English
French
Mandarin
German
Spanish
INBLF
Multilaw
LegaLink
IBA (International Bar Association)
IPBA( Inter Pacific Bar Association)

The Firm: Tompkins Wake is a nationally recognised law firm headquartered in Hamilton, New Zealand with offices also in  Auckland, Rotorua and Tauranga. With a strong identity and history that dates back to 1922, the firm has grown and is now one of the 15 largest law firms in New Zealand cementing its position in New Zealand’s economic and commercial heartland, the “golden triangle” between Auckland, Hamilton and the Bay of Plenty (Tauranga and Rotorua).

The firms philosophy and approach centres on collaboration, and the belief that when specialisation and expertise combine in a collaborative environment, exceptional outcomes are created.

The firm has built a strong reputation with corporates, multi-nationals operating in New Zealand, local government authorities and private clients and includes 13 local authorities and four of New Zealand’s top ten exporters in its client portfolio.

Tompkins Wake is the exclusive New Zealand member of First Law international, an elite global network providing access to recognised experts across more than 75 countries worldwide, enabling the variety of business challenges,varying legal requirements and regulatory frameworks by jurisdictions across different countries to be navigated. This enables Tompkins Wake to provide full support for our clients at agreed rates delivering expertise and cost certainty enabling our clients to transact globally in both established and emerging markets.

Department Name Email Telephone
Chief Executive Officer Jon Calder jon.calder@tompkinswake.co.nz +64 7 838 6027
Chairman of Partners Peter Fanning
Banking and Finance Mark Renner
Employment/Health & Safety Mark Hammond
Life Sciences Robert Bycroft
Environmental & Resource Management Theresa Le Bas
Forestry Campbell Stewart
Relationship Property Stephanie Ambler
Maori Business Kate Searancke
Trust Disputes Kate Sullivan
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Fanning
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Duncan
Mergers and Acquisitions Tom Arieli
Energy Phil Taylor
Commercial Property Scott Ratuki
Commercial Property Kate Searancke
Local Government Bridget Parham
Environmental and Resource Management Marianne Mackintosh
Property and Real Estate Andrew Orme
Corporate and Commercial Phil Taylor
Corporate and Commercial Mark Renner
Food and Beverage Phil Taylor
Property and Real Estate Peter Duncan
Property and Real Estate Peter Fanning
Intellectual Property Robert Bycroft
Partners : 20
Lawyers (including partners) : 58
Legal Executives : 7
English
Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin)
Maori
First Law International (FLI)

The Firm: Tompkins Wake is a nationally recognised law firm headquartered in Hamilton, New Zealand with offices also in  Auckland, Rotorua and Tauranga. With a strong identity and history that dates back to 1922, the firm has grown and is now one of the 15 largest law firms in New Zealand cementing its position in New Zealand’s economic and commercial heartland, the “golden triangle” between Auckland, Hamilton and the Bay of Plenty (Tauranga and Rotorua).

The firms philosophy and approach centres on collaboration, and the belief that when specialisation and expertise combine in a collaborative environment, exceptional outcomes are created.

The firm has built a strong reputation with corporates, multi-nationals operating in New Zealand, local government authorities and private clients and includes 13 local authorities and four of New Zealand’s top ten exporters in its client portfolio.

Tompkins Wake is the exclusive New Zealand member of First Law international, an elite global network providing access to recognised experts across more than 75 countries worldwide, enabling the variety of business challenges,varying legal requirements and regulatory frameworks by jurisdictions across different countries to be navigated. This enables Tompkins Wake to provide full support for our clients at agreed rates delivering expertise and cost certainty enabling our clients to transact globally in both established and emerging markets.

Department Name Email Telephone
Chief Executive Officer Jon Calder jon.calder@tompkinswake.co.nz 64 7 839 4771
Agribusiness and Rural Peter Fanning
Banking and Finance Liz Lim
Chairman of Partners Phil Taylor
Employment/Health & Safety Mark Hammond
Life Sciences Robert Bycroft
Environmental & Resource Management Theresa Le Bas
Forestry Campbell Stewart
Relationship Property/Trust Disputes Stephanie Ambler
Maori Business Kate Searancke
Trust Disputes Kate Sullivan
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Fanning
Private Client & Trusts Peter Duncan
Mergers and Acquisitions Tom Arieli
Energy Phil Taylor
Commercial Property Scott Ratuki
Commercial Property Kate Searancke
Local Government Bridget Parham
Environmental and Resource Management Marianne Mackintosh
Property and Real Estate Andrew Orme
Corporate and Commercial Phil Taylor
Corporate and Commercial Mark Renner
Property and Real Estate Peter Duncan
Intellectual Property Robert Bycroft
Partners : 20
Lawyers (including partners) : 58
Legal Executives : 7
English
Maori
Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin)
First Law International (FLI)

The Firm: Tompkins Wake is a nationally recognised law firm headquartered in Hamilton, New Zealand with offices also in  Auckland, Rotorua and Tauranga. With a strong identity and history that dates back to 1922, the firm has grown and is now one of the 15 largest law firms in New Zealand cementing its position in New Zealand’s economic and commercial heartland, the “golden triangle” between Auckland, Hamilton and the Bay of Plenty (Tauranga and Rotorua).

The firms philosophy and approach centres on collaboration, and the belief that when specialisation and expertise combine in a collaborative environment, exceptional outcomes are created.

The firm has built a strong reputation with corporates, multi-nationals operating in New Zealand, local government authorities and private clients and includes 13 local authorities and four of New Zealand’s top ten exporters in its client portfolio.

Tompkins Wake is the exclusive New Zealand member of First Law international, an elite global network providing access to recognised experts across more than 75 countries worldwide, enabling the variety of business challenges,varying legal requirements and regulatory frameworks by jurisdictions across different countries to be navigated. This enables Tompkins Wake to provide full support for our clients at agreed rates delivering expertise and cost certainty enabling our clients to transact globally in both established and emerging markets.

Department Name Email Telephone
Chief Executive Officer Jon Calder jon.calder@tompkinswake.co.nz 64 7 839 4771
Chairman of Partners Peter Fanning
Banking and Finance Mark Renner
Employment/Health & Safety Mark Hammond
Life Sciences Robert Bycroft
Environmental & Resource Management Theresa Le Bas
Relationship Property/Trust Disputes Stephanie Ambler
Maori Business Kate Searancke
Agribusiness and Rural Peter Fanning
Forestry Campbell Stewart
Trust Disputes Kate Sullivan
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Fanning
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Duncan
Mergers and Acquisitions Tom Arieli
Energy Phil Taylor
Commercial Property Scott Ratuki
Commercial Property Kate Searancke
Local Government Bridget Parham
Environmental and Resource Management Marianne Mackintosh
Property and Real Estate Andrew Orme
Corporate and Commercial Phil Taylor
Corporate and Commercial Mark Renner
Property and Real Estate Peter Duncan
Intellectual Property Shelley Slade-Gully
Partners : 22
Lawyers (including partners) : 65
Legal Executives : 7
English
Maori
Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin)
First Law International (FLI)

The Firm: Tompkins Wake is a nationally recognised law firm with offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua and Tauranga. With a strong identity and history that dates back to 1922, the firm has grown and is now one of the 15 largest law firms in New Zealand cementing its position in New Zealand’s economic and commercial heartland, the “golden triangle” between Auckland, Hamilton and the Bay of Plenty (Tauranga and Rotorua).

Awarded New Zealand Law Firm of the Year (<100 lawyers) at the 2019 NZ Law Awards, the firm’s philosophy and approach centres on collaboration, and the belief that when specialisation and expertise combine in a collaborative environment, exceptional outcomes are created for its clients.

The firm has built a strong reputation with corporates, multi-nationals operating in New Zealand, local government authorities and private clients and includes 13 local authorities and four of New Zealand’s top ten exporters in its client portfolio.

Tompkins Wake is the exclusive New Zealand member of First Law International, an elite global network providing access to recognised experts across more than 75 countries worldwide, enabling the variety of business challenges, varying legal requirements and regulatory frameworks by jurisdictions across different countries to be navigated. This enables Tompkins Wake to provide full support for our clients at agreed rates delivering expertise and cost certainty enabling our clients to transact globally in both established and emerging markets.

Department Name Email Telephone
Chief Executive Officer Jon Calder jon.calder@tompkinswake.co.nz +64 7 838 6027
Chairman of Partners Peter Fanning
Banking and Finance Mark Renner
Employment/Health & Safety Mark Hammond
Life Sciences Robert Bycroft
Environmental & Resource Management Theresa Le Bas
Forestry Campbell Stewart
Relationship Property/Trust Disputes Stephanie Ambler
Maori Business Kate Searancke
Trust Disputes Kate Sullivan
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Fanning
Private Clients & Trusts Peter Duncan
Mergers and Acquisitions Tom Arieli
Energy Phil Taylor
Commercial Property Scott Ratuki
Commercial Property Kate Searancke
Local Government Bridget Parham
Environmental and Resource Management Marianne Mackintosh
Property and Real Estate Andrew Orme
Corporate and Commercial Phil Taylor
Corporate and Commercial Mark Renner
Property and Real Estate Peter Duncan
Intellectual Property Robert Bycroft
Partners : 24
Lawyers (including partners) : 74
Legal Executives : 5
English
Maori
Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin)
Punjabi
Hindi
French
Italian
Afrikaans
Dutch
Hebrew
First Law International (FLI)