Russell McVeagh Litigation partner and head of the firm's Employment Law practice, Kylie Dunn
, has been independently recognised as Pre-eminent in Employment Law in the latest Doyles Guide 2023, following consistently high praise from both clients and peers.
The firm's dedicated Employment Law practice, which includes partner Emma Peterson
, senior associate Kieron Creagh
and senior solicitor Rose Powell, was also recognised for its expertise and abilities, named in the list of leading employment law firms by the Guide.
"Congratulations to Kylie, Emma and their incredibly talented team on this well-deserved recognition which is testimony to their outstanding work and reputation for achieving the very best results for our clients", says Russell McVeagh CEO, Jo Avenell.
Widely regarded as specialists who provide practical and pragmatic advice, and identify, assess, and then appropriately minimise legal risk for their clients, the team deal with the full range of employment issues. Kylie has particular experience in cases regarding worker status (employee/contractor issues), fair pay agreements and independent investigations.
This top recognition follows Kylie ranking as a Leading Lawyer in the latest Legal 500 Asia-Pacific 2023 guide (Labour & Employment law, NZ), Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific 2023 guide (Employment law, NZ), and Best Lawyers®
2024 New Zealand Guide (Labour and Employment law and Litigation), and Emma being recognised in the Legal 500 Asia-Pacific Guide 2023 and by Best Lawyers Best Lawyers®
You can read more on the latest Doyles Guide 2023 rankings here