Disagreement as Anderson Lloyd partner exits

Staff reporters
Fri, 24 Apr 2020

Anderson Lloyd has confirmed partner Alan Paterson has left the office of the firm, claiming “inappropriate behaviour”.The property partner based in Auckland - who joined from Russell McVeagh in 2017 - said he left the firm when lockdown began but could not elaborate as the matter was in dispute.“The partnership opted to take immediate action upon becoming aware of recent inappropriate behaviour and comments. The behaviour did not include any physical misconduct,” the South-island based firm said in a statement. &ld...

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