Holland Beckett Law announces the addition of two new partners
Rebecca Savage and Thomas Refoy-Butler appointed as Partners at Holland Beckett Law.
Rebecca’s practice focuses exclusively on family law related matters including relationship property, family protection, estate disputes, family violence, adoption, parenting and applications pursuant to the Protection of Property and Personal Rights Act 1988. Rebecca has also been appointed by the Family Court as Counsel for Subject Person in respect of proceedings under the Protection of Property and Personal Rights Act 1988 and is the Deputy Convenor of the Waikato Bay of Plenty Standards Committee No.2.
Thomas has particular experience in commercial disputes, including interim relief (injunctions and freezing orders), corporate insolvency and debt recovery, trust disputes, employment, professional disciplinary proceedings, and regulatory prosecution/defence and investigations. He has experience as sole and junior counsel acting for private and corporate clients, including Crown entities in both civil and criminal proceedings in the District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal. He has also appeared as counsel in the specialist jurisdictions of the Family Court and Employment Court.
"We are thrilled to welcome Rebecca and Thomas to our team," said partner David Fraundorfer. "This partner level acquisition supports the reputation of Holland Beckett Law’s litigation practice and further enhances our offering to clients.”