Two new senior appointments made by Hesketh Henry

by Sol Dolor14 Mar 2018

Hesketh Henry has two new senior associates.

The firm has promoted Sarah Holderness from senior solicitor and has appointed Glen Holm-Hansen from Lowndes.

Holderness, who joined the firm in 2010 as a law graduate, acts in a wide variety of contentious matters. She has a particular focus in the construction sector and recently finished a seven-month secondment with the New Zealand office of a multinational engineering firm.

Holderness is a member of the Society of Construction Law New Zealand, Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, and Women's International Shipping & Trading Association.

Admitted to the bar in 2007, Holm-Hansen specialises on commercial litigation and disputes. He regularly acts for corporate clients in regulatory proceedings, contractual issues, insurance, professional liability, insolvency, and negligence.

Holm-Hansen began his career at Simpson Grierson in 2007 and moved to Lowndes as a senior associate in 2017. He is a member of Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association New Zealand.

Glen Holm-Hansen

Sarah Holderness


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