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International Research continues to recognise Wynn Williams

Wynn Williams has been recommended in the highly regarded Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2017 guide. Legal 500 describe Wynn Williams as having "excellent lawyers who provide robust yet pragmatic advice and deliver client-focused outcomes".

National Managing Partner, Jared Ormsby, released this statement, saying "we welcome this acknowledgement by independent international researchers, which confirms what our clients have known all along, and we are pleased that the calibre and complexity of the work we have collaborated on with our clients over the last year has been recognised."

Wynn Williams has been recommended as a leading firm in four practice areas: corporate and mergers & acquisitions, dispute resolution, insurance, and projects and resource management (including environment).

Richard Johnstone has been listed in the elite "leading lawyers" list for insurance and Nick Kovacevich is listed in the "next generation lawyers" guide to up-and-coming lawyers, for corporate and mergers & acquisitions.

Additionally, ten lawyers are recommended in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2017 editorial in the following areas:

· Corporate and M&A: Ash Hill, Hayley Buckley

· Dispute resolution: Jared Ormsby, Jeremy Johnson

· Insurance: Emily Walton, Richard Hern, Richard Johnstone

· Projects and resource management (including environment): Philip Maw, Lucy de Latour, Michelle Mehlhopt

Wynn Williams is a full service 18-partner firm with a full team of 95+ lawyers and support staff. Based in Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand, we have a global outlook that services clients around the world.

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