Senior associate joins Buddle Findlay

The newly appointed lawyer is an expert in commercial contracts

Senior associate joins Buddle Findlay

Jennifer Yang has joined Buddle Findlay as a senior associate in Auckland.

Yang made the move from Tabcorp in Melbourne, where she was senior corporate counsel. Prior to that, she worked as an in-house lawyer at Aon and Accenture in London.

The appointment comes after Buddle Findlay brought in another senior associate from Sydney in February. The firm also promoted three to senior associate in January.

Yang is a specialist in commercial contracts, with extensive experience in strategic procurement and technology-based business process outsourcing matters.

Her practice covers corporate and commercial, insurance, IP, privacy and data protection, and TMT matters.

At Tabcorp, she advised on technology and infrastructure integration in its merger with Tatts group. This included advising on data migration and systems consolidation.

At Aon, she advised on the company’s participation in the initiative to adopt a single electronic insurance placing platform for the whole London insurance market.

Jennifer Yang

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