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Partner Returns to DLA Phillips Fox

2 May 2014

Partner Returns to DLA Phillips Fox

DLA Phillips Fox insurance litigation partner, Veronica Cress, has returned to the Auckland office of DLA Phillips Fox after being seconded in 2012 and 2013 to DLA Piper offices in Sydney and Bangkok to assist with insurance litigation and reinsurance arbitration. Veronica is an experienced civil litigator and insurance specialist whose experience includes claims, corporate and commercial insurance litigation.

DLA Phillips Fox is a full service, business law firm that offers seamless global legal capability through its alliance with DLA Piper. With more than 150 staff in New Zealand, DLA Phillips Fox represents some of the country’s largest organisations and brands, and some of the world’s most significant international companies. www.dlapf.com

DLA Piper is one of the world’s largest law firm by revenue. www.dlapiper.com

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