Duncan Cotterill promotes five

The firm elevates five in Auckland, Christchurch, Nelson, and Wellington

Duncan Cotterill promotes five
Duncan Cotterill has promoted five lawyers in its latest promotion round.

The firm has promoted Amy Mercer, Graeme Tanner, and Phoebe Davies to associate. It has also elevated Tessa McKeown and Sarah Thompson to senior solicitor.

A member of the firm’s commercial group in Wellington, Mercer specialises in corporate and commercial, intellectual property, and information technology law. She advises in sales and acquisitions, capital markets and corporate structuring, and governance matters. She is also focused on technology and intellectual property.

Tanner is a part of the firm’s employment group in Auckland as is an expert in employment and health and safety law. He advises on employment relationship matters, including employment agreements and policies, collective bargaining, minimum employment standards, health and safety obligations, redundancy, privacy and performance, and disciplinary processes.

Davies, who is based in Christchurch, is a member of the firm’s commercial practice. She acts on corporate and commercial law matters, including overseas investments, M&A, corporate structuring, employee share schemes, shareholders’ agreements, corporate governance, and commercial contracts.


Amy Mercer

Graeme Tanner

Phoebe Davies



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