Wynyard Wood adds civil and commercial litigator to partnership

New partner has over two decades of experience resolving disputes

Wynyard Wood adds civil and commercial litigator to partnership
Karl Robinson

Auckland firm Wynyard Wood has welcomed civil and commercial litigator Karl Robinson to its partnership, according to a report from the New Zealand Law Society.

Robinson has over two decades of experience resolving disputes and has dealt with a range of property and construction related issues, including building and design defects, sale, and purchase disputes, as well as disputes involving related professionals, such as solicitors, architects, developers, and real estate agents.

Additionally, Robinson has a strong background in insurance litigation with experience dealing with most types of insurance policies including material damage, public liability, professional indemnity, life and health and business interruption. He has acted for both insurers and insureds regarding policy coverage issues and liability disputes.

“Karl brings bring a pragmatic, client-centred, approach to dispute resolution that focuses on the issues and outcomes that the client is looking to achieve, and the best method to achieve that,” the firm said on its website. “He endeavours to provide clients with sufficient information and advice about their options to enable them to make informed decisions about what course of action they ultimately want to take.”

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