Chapman Tripp announces five new partners

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Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce five new partners in the firm's Auckland and Wellington offices, effective 1 December. The firm's new partners are members of Chapman Tripp's litigation and dispute resolution, financial services regulation, finance and resource management practices.

The appointments demonstrate the firm's continued growth and success as New Zealand's pre-eminent law firm.

Managing Partner Andrew Poole said, 'Our new partners all have exceptional skills as commercial legal advisors and their appointments reflect increasing client demand in their areas of practice. We congratulate them on this achievement.

These appointments make Chapman Tripp the largest legal partnership in New Zealand, with 54 partners.

Paula Brosnahan*, Auckland, Environment, planning and resource management

Paula advises clients on the resource management and environmental aspects of property developments, subdivisions, retail and infrastructure projects, land transport matters, due diligence investigations and Overseas Investment Act issues. She appears before local authorities and the Environment Court on various resource management matters, and advises on and prepares applications, submissions, appeals, references and other statutory and Court documents under the Resource Management Act. Paula has previously practised environmental law in San Francisco.

* Paula is currently on parental leave.

Daniel Kalderimis, Wellington, Litigation and dispute resolution

Daniel is an experienced advisor and advocate for complex commercial disputes. He has particular expertise in cross-border litigation and leads Chapman Tripp's international arbitration and trade law practice. Daniel has represented clients in a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, oil and gas, mining, financial services and agriculture. He is widely published and is recognised in The International Who's Who of Commercial Arbitration. Daniel is also qualified in New York and England and Wales and returned to Chapman Tripp in 2009, following five years with international law firm Freshfields...

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