Hamilton Locke NZ expands Auckland team with new partner

Corin Maberly previously established a corporate and tech law specialist practice

Hamilton Locke NZ expands Auckland team with new partner

Hamilton Locke NZ has appointed Corin Maberly as a partner in its Auckland office.

The move is in line with the firm’s aim to expand its trans-Tasman presence following the launch of its Auckland branch in January.

Maberly transitions to Hamilton Locke from Maberly & Co., the corporate and tech law specialist firm he established in 2014. He has over 25 years of experience in the profession; his practice focuses on matters involving government procurement, complex negotiations and transactions, and risk and stakeholder management.

He has provided guidance on acquisitions and dispositions, joint venture arrangements, corporate restructuring, other major commercial transactions and contracts. He has also tackled technology transactions and has worked on both the buy-side and sell-side of transactions for software, hardware and services transactions and technology outsourcing matters.

Additionally, Maberly has experience in advising New Zealand government entities, as well as the private sector and multinational clients interfacing with the government, Hamilton Locke said. He has worked on bid strategy and execution, and provided advice on probity and compliance related to the government procurement rules. He has also drafted and negotiated contracts.

He also boasts in-house legal experience, having worked with listed companies and startups across the UK, Europe, the US, Africa, and Australia. Previously, he also logged stints at Dentons Kensington Swan, Webb Henderson, and McDermott Will & Emery.

 

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