Three new senior solicitors at Chapman Tripp

​Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce the promotion of three new senior solicitors in the firm’s Auckland and Wellington offices. The appointments are effective from 1 March.

Daniel Kenyon, Property, Auckland

Daniel specialises in all aspects of commercial property law, with a particular focus on large-scale residential subdivisions and development work, retail development leasing and commercial office leasing. He advises clients on the acquisition and development of large commercial property; due diligence investigations of commercial property portfolios; design, build and lease contracts for industrial and commercial projects; and the sale, purchase, management and leasing of substantial commercial portfolios.

Jeremy Upson, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Wellington

Jeremy specialises in litigation and dispute resolution, with experience in commercial and public law disputes. He advises clients on professional disciplinary processes; company directors’, auditors’ and statutory supervisors’ liability; disputes under complex IT contracts; privacy and confidential information; claims from the Canterbury earthquakes; and contractual and statutory interpretation. 

Kate Yesberg, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Wellington

Kate advises clients on a broad range of commercial disputes, including disputes involving international elements. She also provides policy and regulatory advice, particularly on international law, energy and environmental issues. Kate joined Chapman Tripp in 2014 after completing a Masters of Law as a Fulbright Scholar at New York University.

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