Holland Beckett adds two new lawyers

The firm has added to its ranks in both Rotorua and Tauranga

Holland Beckett adds two new lawyers
Holland Beckett Law has welcomed two new lawyers.

James McDougall and Benjamin Corbett join the full-service firm. McDougall is based in Rotorua, while Corbett joined the firm’s Tauranga office.

McDougall, who is an expert in civil litigation, joins the firm after working for other law firms in both New Zealand and the UK. He has particular focus on professional negligence claims, property and insurance coverage disputes and disciplinary matters. McDougall was admitted in 2011.

Corbett has commenced with the firm’s corporate advisory team, which he will help in corporate matters including finance and M&A. Admitted in 2015, he is formerly a lawyer and commercial analyst at EROAD, an NZX-listed transport technology and services company, and at Chapman Tripp.

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