Renee Butler, Dentons Kensington Swan

Renee Butler, Dentons Kensington Swan
Rising Stars 2020

Company: Dentons Kensington Swan
Job title: Senior associate

Renee Butler, senior associate in Dentons Kensington Swan’s employment team, is not only experienced in a range of employment matters but she is also an expert in health and safety and immigration law. Butler advises a broad range of clients across the business spectrum. She guides clients through employment disputes and leads workplace investigations. She has participated in numerous mediations and has also appeared as legal counsel in the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court. Butler assists clients to meet their responsibilities and obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act. She is an expert in health-related matters ranging from bullying and harassment to earthquake-prone buildings and asbestos issues. She also leads Dentons Kensington Swan’s workplace immigration team. Her knowledge of immigration law makes her particularly valuable to organisations looking to employ or retain skilled people from overseas. Butler is the chairperson of the New Zealand Association of Immigration Professionals which has a good working relationship with the New Zealand immigration authorities.

Free newsletter

Subscribe to our FREE newsletter service and we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest breaking news, cutting edge opinion, and expert analysis affecting both your business and the industry as whole.

Please enter your email address below and click on Sign Up for daily newsletters from NZ Lawyer.

Recent articles & video

Chapman Tripp assists in generating over $2.35bn in raisings since NZX relief introduction

Criminal Cases Review Commission opens its doors

Access to their legal representatives compromised for many prisoners, study finds

Major international firms band together to speed up tech use in global dispute resolution

New High Court judge appointed in Auckland

Lowndes Jordan snaps up commercial law specialist

Most Read Articles

Lowndes Jordan snaps up commercial law specialist

Bell Gully partners nab slots in inaugural list honouring top women in litigation

Tribunal strikes off two Auckland lawyers

New High Court judge appointed in Auckland