Law & Regulation

DealWatch: Lawyering up on 2021’s biggest deals so far

Victoria Young
Mon, 03 May 2021

Chapman Tripp's Tim Tubman says the corporate partners are busy.
Victoria Young
Mon, 03 May 2021
The country’s top deal lawyers have been keeping busy, with a slew of transactions announced since the start of the year.Chapman Tripp head of corporate Tim Tubman told BusinessDesk there was an unusual busyness across the board in its corporate team, “often that period after Christmas through to Waitangi is when we have our downtime, but this year we had to hit the ground running”.“Last year was disruptive with small M&A, capital raising, and emergency funding all the rage,” he added.Tubman recently advised De...

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