Auckland boutiques make new appointments

A litigation and dispute resolution boutique welcomes a senior associate, while a property and commercial law shop promotes a senior solicitor

Auckland boutiques make new appointments

Two Auckland boutique firms have made senior appointments.

Rice Speir has welcomed Amy Davison as a senior associate. She specialises in commercial litigation and dispute resolution and joined the firm from Wellington’s Parker & Associates.

Davison has a particular focus on negligence claims, contractual disputes, Fair Trading Act claims, construction and insurance litigation, and representative actions.

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Amy Davison

Meanwhile, Prudentia Law has promoted Brendan McNamara to senior solicitor. Joining the firm as a law clerk in 2015, he was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in April 2016. He has been involved in all areas of practice at the firm, with a particular interest in commercial and civil matters.

Brendan McNamara

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