Tuesday 2nd November 2010
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Hesketh Henry has appointed Stephen Layburn as a Partner in the corporate and commercial team.
“We are delighted that someone with such an extensive range of experience across industries, issues and in both corporate and government environments has joined us,” said managing partner Erich Bachmann.
“More and more clients are looking for excellent service delivery combined with practical and commercial advice. Stephen’s pragmatic and solutions-focused approach to client issues fits in well with Hesketh Henry’s service promise of providing strategic, cost effective advice and quick turnaround for clients.”
Layburn’s principal areas of expertise are commercial and business law with a particular focus on corporate advisory, transactional (M&A), securities markets, venture capital and private equity matters. He has also advised on regulatory and governance matters and has advised clients in sectors including energy, horticulture, mining and technology.
“I believe that Hesketh Henry, as a leading medium-sized law firm, commands a special position in the Auckland law scene,” said Layburn.
“I’m looking forward to making a strong contribution to the firm’s service promise to its clients which is very much in line with my own approach.”
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