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Russell McVeagh partners featured in Best Lawyers 2014

Russell McVeagh partners and consultants featured in Best Lawyers 2014

Russell McVeagh would like to congratulate its partners and consultants who were selected by their peers and featured in the 2014-15 edition of Best Lawyers.

Best Lawyers recognises lawyers who have been voted by peers as leading lawyers in their fields.

In particular, Russell McVeagh would like to recognise the three partners recognised as 'Lawyer of the Year' in their areas:

Richard McIlraith (Employment), Derek Nolan (Environmental Law) and Andrew Butler (Government, Litigation and Trusts).
The firm was also the top listed New Zealand firm across four categories: Capital Markets Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Natural Resources Law and Real Estate Law.
See below for the full list of Russell McVeagh lawyers recognised, or visit Best Lawyers.
- Sarah Armstrong, Litigation
- Chris Bargery, Mergers and Acquisitions Law
- Pat Bowler, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Oil & Gas
- Brendan Brown, Tax Law
- Andrew Butler, Government Practice, Litigation, Trusts and Estates
- David Butler, Real Estate
- David Clarke, Media Law
- Tim Clarke, Public Law, Government Practice
- Ed Crook, Real Estate
- Sally Fitzgerald, Arbitration and Mediation, Litigation
- Prue Flacks, Banking Law, Capital Markets Law, Derivatives, Finance Law, Structured Finance
- James Gardner-Hopkins, Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law
- Pip Greenwood, Capital Markets, Corporate Law, Leveraged Buyouts, Mergers and Acquisitions Law
- David Hoare, Mergers and Acquisitions Law,
- David Holden, Project Finance and Development
- Sarah Keene, Competition and Consumer Law,
- Matt Kersey, Insolvency and Reorganisation Law
- Guy Lethbridge, Banking Law, Capital Markets Law - Debt, Issuer and Financing entities
- Bal Matheson, Energy Law, Natural Resources Law
- Richard McIlraith, Labour and Employment Law
- Jeff Morrison, Real Estate Law
- Derek Nolan, Aviation Law, Environmental Law
- Alan Paterson, Construction, Real Estate Law
- John Powell, Banking Law, Finance Law
- Graeme Quigley, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law
- Craig Shrive, Public Law, Regulatory Practice
- Fred Ward, Tax Law
- Joe Windmeyer, Capital Markets Law - Equity, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity

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