Georgina Sanders, Mainfreight Limited

Georgina Sanders, Mainfreight Limited
Rising Stars 2021

Georgina Sanders

In-house counsel, Mainfreight Limited
2 Railway Lane, Otahuhu
[email protected]
027 551 8079

Georgina Sanders is still relatively new to the legal profession, but she has already proven herself a rising star and an invaluable resource to the Mainfreight business.

As in-house counsel since 2017, Sanders has dealt with various legal matters, including 3PL contract agreements, employment law issues, as well as numerous high-value property transactions. She also implements best-practice policies in a range of areas, including health and safety, regulatory and compliance matters; as well as contributes to the negotiation and drafting of some of the company’s larger customer service level agreements across its warehousing, domestic transport and air and ocean business units.

As Mainfreight’s privacy officer, the astute and hardworking in-house lawyer spreads awareness of the new privacy act obligations, and is the go-to person for up-to-date information and advice. Sanders has recently been appointed as a member of the ADLS Newly Suited committee, where she is excited to contribute to the legal profession in a more collegial manner.

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