NZ law firm promotes across the board
A leading New Zealand commercial law firm, Simpson Grierson, has made four of its star players senior associates.
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Rob Anema, who joined the firm three years ago andpreviously ran an unrelated business in Australia, is a specialist in sales and marketing, insolvency, and compliance. Prior to joining the firm, Anema administered liquidations with a Hamilton insolvency practice.
Man Sum Chiu advises on all areas of commercial property, including commercial leasing, retail leasing, acquisitions and disposals, property aspects of finance transactions and due diligence investigations. She joined the firm in 2007 after working at two other Auckland law firms in the commercial and commercial property areas of law.
Jonathan Lees, who joined the firm in 2008, advises onall forms of dispute resolution, including general commercial and contract,property, insurance, trade practices, fraud and tracing claims, cross-borderissues, coroner's inquests, and judicial review.
Sarah Manning flew from the UK last year to join Simpson Grierson, having been a senior real estate solicitor in a large London firm. Manning advises on a range of property matters including commercial leasing, due diligence, acquisitions and disposals, development work, asset management and trusts.