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.

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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