Commercial law involves the day-to-day operational legal needs of a corporate entity. It's the core of your business, and servicing it also happens to be at the heart of Alex.
Whether you require an incorporation to start up a company, a lease review or assistance with a more complicated matter such as a purchase of a business or negotiating a personal guarantee, Alex will be able to guide you through the maze of your legal requirements.
In addition to all things starting with "C" - Companies, Contracts and Code Compliance Certificates, Alex also advises property owners, occupants and potential investors in relation to arguably one of their most valuable assets. In this context, Alex is comfortable with matters ranging from sale and purchase agreements, estate planning to the warranty for the kitchen sink.
He appreciates unnecessary complex opinions are of little use. In contrast, he provides tailored, plain language advice to help you understand and map out your legal risks before they bite you. With any transaction he endeavours to understand your passions and seeks to promote and protect these.
Alex works closely with James Varney and Steve Graham out of the Albany Office. Together they are well placed to provide practical and creative expertise to complex problems with small overhead costs. Their business is to assist you to be proactive and pre-empt risks with your specific needs and constraints in mind, as a result you waste less time in disputes and more time furthering your business and pursuing the things you love.
Having read a snapshot of what Alex can achieve, please contact him to discuss our common objectives. Alex looks forward to being of assistance.
Whilst working at McVeagh Fleming keeps Alex young, his pursuits go beyond the office. In his spare time he swaps contracts for a saxophone, longboard or a ticket to the theatre.
LLB (Hons), Auckland University of Technology 2015