Richard Massey, Bell Gully

Richard Massey, Bell Gully

Company: Bell Gully
Job title: Senior associate

Richard Massey is a senior associate in Bell Gully’s Auckland litigation team – having been promoted in 2016. As part of the firm’s strong litigation practice, Massey is a trusted and experienced advisor for his growing client list. He has broad general commercial litigation experience and is an expert in consumer law matters and regulatory investigations. In addition to his time at Bell Gully, Massey has also built a strong reputation as a trusted advisor through secondments at Vodafone and Independent Liquor. As a result of this on-the-ground work, he is exceptionally well-placed to provide advice that is client-ready and adds practical value. Massey has appeared in a range of major cases and is widely experienced in large contract and commercial disputes, Fair Trading Act litigation, consumer credit investigations, advertising issues, Unfair Contract Terms and e-commerce. He represents a range of clients in respect of Commerce Commission investigations. Massey has a special interest in online trading and has presented at various seminars on the enforceability of e-contracts. He is also vastly experienced across the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act.

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