Buddle Findlay kicks off the year with special counsel promotions

The promotions enhance the firm's tech, media, and property law offerings

Buddle Findlay kicks off the year with special counsel promotions
Scott Holdaway and Keri Johansson

Buddle Findlay has promoted Keri Johansson and Scott Holdaway to special counsel.

 Johansson is a specialist in technology and media law with a commercial focus. She has assisted developers and creators in protecting and commercialising their IP, as well as in launching digital and data-driven products and services.

She has advised on significant procurement, white-labelling and commercial partnerships, reseller models and licensing. She also has experience tackling issues related to data privacy, including data matching, targeting, and transfer, as well as matters associated with e-commerce and consumer protection.

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Johansson’s clients include television producers, broadcasters, and new media operators.

Holdaway focuses on property, local government law, and regulatory issues. He has represented territorial authorities, central government bodies, and private entities.

He has worked on acquisitions, disposals, developments, subdivisions, and leases. He is also an expert in regulatory matters related to reserves, roads, the Building Act, and public works issues.

Holdaway has advised on the subdivision process under the Resource Management Act, as well as under the Local Government Acts, Reserves Act, and Public Works Act, the firm said. He has acted for local and national infrastructure entities in land acquisition and property matters related to operations.

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