Auckland firms merge

Combination is a homecoming for several lawyers

Auckland firms merge

Auckland firms McVeagh Fleming and Fleming Foster Solicitors have merged, according to the New Zealand Law Society.

The combination is a homecoming for several lawyers. McVeagh Fleming’s past office in Manurewa “was the genesis for the Foster Fleming practice,” the Law Society said.

Among lawyers who returned to McVeagh Fleming are partner Paul Foster and solicitors Jason Kelly and Ben Longbottom.

McVeagh Fleming, which traces its roots to 1889 with the admission of James McVeagh to the bar, is a full-service law firm with practices that include corporate, commercial, property, litigation, maritime law, and private client. The firm is headquartered in Auckland and has offices in North Harbour and Manukau.

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