Three commercial lawyers bolster Juno Legal team

Two will be based in Tāmaki Makaurau and the other in Te Wai Pounamu

Three commercial lawyers bolster Juno Legal team

Juno Legal has expanded its team with the addition of three commercial lawyers Jane Wright, Daniel Gilchrist and Luana D’Appollonio on Wednesday.

Wright and Gilchrist will be based in Auckland supporting Fletcher Building and NZ Rugby, respectively, while D’Appollonio will be based in the South Island supporting Rakon.

Wright is an experienced commercial and property lawyer. She started her career as a summer clerk at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts where she rose to the level of senior associate. Prior to joining Juno Legal, she was most recently a legal counsel at Southern Cross Healthcare for almost a decade.

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Gilchrist is a commercial and technology lawyer with a long career in private practice and in-house legal, starting his career at Baldwins Intellectual Property and Minter Ellison Rudd Watts. He also took on the role of legal advisor at Sky UK and senior legal counsel at Vector and Sky New Zealand. He was most recently an associate general counsel at KPMG New Zealand.

D’Appollonio is commercial and technology lawyer who joins Juno from Expedia Group, where she worked as a corporate counsel. She started her career at Moraes Pitombo Advogados in Brazil before moving to the UK to hold roles at BG Group and CMS Cameron McKenna LLP. In her home country, she was a senior legal counsel at Commerce Commission and Danone.

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