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Simpson Grierson Welcomes Eight New Senior Associates

Simpson Grierson Welcomes Eight New Senior Associates

Simpson Grierson is delighted to announce eight new senior associates. 

Victoria Anderson is a corporate and commercial lawyer. She advises clients on a variety of transactions including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and shareholding arrangements as well as complex contractual arrangements.

Warren Bangma advises councils, CCOs and corporate clients on a wide range of resource management and local government issues and appears regularly before council hearing committees and the Environment Court. He is particularly focused on major water, stormwater and transport infrastructure projects.

Vivienne Bishop specialises in private client work. She advises on all areas of asset protection planning and acts for a number of the firm's high net worth clients.

Joanne Dickson is a commercial litigation expert. She specialises in resolving commercial and civil disputes, particularly those involving intellectual property issues and commercial contracts.

Zelda Gower handles financing transactions, including corporate banking, corporate restructuring, commercial terms, acquisition financing, and asset financing and leasing. Her experience includes advising on the Personal Property Securities Act and Personal Property Securities Register.

Rebecca Faull is a litigator with expertise in a number of specialist areas including contract, insurance, negligence, banking and insolvency disputes. She handles all areas of commercial dispute resolution, including negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and court proceedings.

Andrew Matthews re-joins Simpson Grierson after working at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London for several years. He specialises in corporate work, focusing on public and private mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings and corporate governance.

Kate Stubbing is a specialist in resource management, environmental, and local government law.  Kate advises corporate clients as well as local authorities and Auckland Council CCOs.

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