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Changes at Copeland Ashcroft Law

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National health and safety and employment firm Copeland Ashcroft has announced two staff changes.

Adam de Hamel has been appointed as a senior associate with Copeland Ashcroft Law’s Dunedin office.

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Adam de Hamel. 

Adam has returned to New Zealand after having worked in Melbourne with Willis Towers Watson.

He has experience in dispute resolution, insurance and insolvency and risk advisory as both a lawyer and in-house advisor.

Adam acts for employers across a range of industries.

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Carla Pallant-Drake. 

Associate Carla Pallant-Drake is relocating from the firm’s Dunedin branch to the Tauranga office.

She will continue to assist clients with all aspects of their employment and health and safety law advice needs.

Carla has specialised in employment law throughout her career, and has been involved in litigation through to Court of Appeal level.