has promoted four new associates in its property and litigation teams.
Sarah Duncraft, working in Auckland, and Matt Winter, working in Christchurch, have been promoted in the firm’s property teams.
Meanwhile, Harriet Quinlan and Tim Grimwood who have both recently joined the firm have been promoted associates within the firm’s litigation team.
Duncraft advises the firm’s clients on diverse commercial property matters which include acquisitions, divestments, leasing, subdivision and construction.
Winter, a holder of a double degree in law and commerce, spent three years practicing general commercial and property law at a large South Island law firm before joining Anthony Harper. He has acted for retirement villages, local authorities in property and infrastructure matters and various other clients in the sale and purchase of residential, commercial and industrial property.
Quinlan acts with partners Karen Kemp and Dan Hughes
on general commercial litigation matters, with a focus on construction and insolvency disputes, the firm notes.
Meanwhile, Grimwood has had a varied and extensive career in the health sector in the UK. The lawyer with five years’ general litigation experience in Rotorua has also done aid work in Cambodia and China.
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