Chapman Tripp promotes three

The Wellington and Auckland lawyers are part of the firm’s corporate and litigation teams

Chapman Tripp promotes three

Chapman Tripp has promoted Stephanie Gray, Tom Jemson, and Kate Rouch to senior solicitor.

Gray, a member of the firm’s corporate practice in Auckland, has a particular focus on privacy, IP, and regulatory work. Her practice, which covers a wide range of contract and commercial law matters, has seen her advise clients from numerous industries on general contractual arrangements, including licencing and compliance with privacy law.

Jemson, who is also a member of the firm’s corporate team but is based in Wellington, specialises in corporate and commercial transactions. He has a particular focus on M&A, private equity, and securities law. He has advised domestic and international clients on M&A, capital raisings, corporate governance, and the overseas investment regime.

Rouch, who is a part of Chapman Tripp’s litigation team, is also based in Wellington. She advises government and commercial clients on litigation claims, including concerning natural disaster insurance, contractual disputes, debt recovery, and professional liability insurance.

Stephanie Gray, Tom Jemson, and Kate Rouch

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