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Sarah-Jane Lawson

Senior Associate at Hudson Gavin Martin

Auckland, New Zealand

About Me

Sarah-Jane has practised corporate and commercial law for over nine years. She advises on the sale and purchase of businesses, re-structuring of businesses, establishment and disestablishment of joint ventures, as well as drafting and advising on various commercial agreements such shareholder, confidentiality, supply, distribution, manufacturing, franchise and sponsorship agreements.

Sarah-Jane previously worked in the corporate department at Bell Gully in Auckland for six and a half years. In October 2010, she joined Coca-Cola Amatil, as Legal Counsel advising on a range of commercial and sales and marketing law issues. In September 2011, Sarah-Jane returned to private practice as an Associate with Rogers & Rutherford. Sarah-Jane joined Hudson Gavin Martin in April 2013.

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