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New appointments at Govett Quilliam

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New Plymouth law firm Govett Quilliam has made four new appointments.

Catherine Grogan and Will Downey have been appointed associates. Catherine works as a commercial lawyer in the firm’s Inglewood office and specialises in farming transactions but also general property and company related matters. Will also specialises in commercial law and is involved in a range of oil and gas, environmental and construction matters.

Kirsty Miller has re-joined Govett Quilliam after a number of years as an in-house lawyer for a national corporation in Auckland. She brings experience in a diverse spectrum of commercial fields.

Rebecca Eaton also returns to New Plymouth after working in the environment law team at an Auckland firm. She will be furthering her resource management specialisation but also advising on general litigation and commercial matters.

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