K3 elevates new senior associates

Evie Martin specialises in commercial law while Patrick Shanahan-Pinker is a consummate litigator

K3 elevates new senior associates

K3 recently celebrated the promotion of two skilled associates, Evie Martin and Patrick Shanahan-Pinker, to senior associate. 

These promotions underscore the firm's commitment to recognising and advancing strong legal talent based on merit and expertise. The newly appointed senior associates have both demonstrated a strong track record in their respective fields, strengthened by their strong client relationships and comprehensive legal expertise.

Patrick Shanahan-Pinker specialises in civil litigation, with a particular emphasis on commercial and residential property disputes, insolvency, debt recovery and enforcement matters, and regularly appears as counsel in both the District Court and High Court.  Patrick also undertakes work in respect of complex property transactions and subdivisional matters. He regularly advises clients on mortgagee and judgment creditor sales.

Evie Martin specialises in commercial, regulatory, consumer, and privacy law. She has skilfully assisted clients with shareholder agreements, contract disputes, franchise arrangements, and mergers and acquisitions. Martin’s expertise in advising on supply agreements and terms and conditions policies makes her a valuable asset to the firm and its clients.

The firm is proud to recognise such talent with these recent promotions, showcasing K3’s commitment to ongoing excellence and professional growth in the legal field. This strategic decision not only boosts the firm's capabilities but also reinforces its leadership status in New Zealand’s competitive legal market.

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