Dan Williams, Anderson Lloyd

Dan Williams, Anderson Lloyd
Rising Stars 2020

Company: Anderson Lloyd
Job title: Partner

Dan Williams joined Anderson Lloyd's Auckland office in May 2017 as a senior associate from Russell McVeagh to create a new commercial property team with Alan Paterson. Williams has been instrumental in building a highly successful practice within a rapid time-period and his achievements were recognised by the firm when it offered him partnership in April 2019. As a dad to three young daughters, Williams knows how to stay organised. He is a highly competent and personable lawyer and can quickly understand a client's commercial issues and adapt his advice accordingly. He has worked over the past several years for some of the most active and demanding property clients both in New Zealand and Australia. His experience now spans the whole spectrum of property specialities, including forestry, large scale retail, commercial and industrial developments, leasing acquisitions and dispositions, with special expertise in Overseas Investment Act advice.


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