Ben Tomlinson

LLB, Associate

Ben is an associate in the Firm’s Property and Commercial team.
His depth of expertise in property and commercial law provides invaluable support to clients in relation to an array of different matters, including commercial contracting and intellectual property and front-end employment considerations, such as the preparation of employment agreements and policies. He is equally experienced working with large corporations as he is working with SMEs and start-up companies or local authorities.
Ben also regularly advises clients in relation to personal matters, ranging from the preparation of Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney, assistance with the purchase of a first home through to property portfolio related matters for high net-worth individuals.


Recent Projects

  • Providing detailed advice to large clients in relation to compliance with New Zealand’s consumer protection legislation.

  • Assisting clients with securing protection of their trademarks, both in New Zealand and abroad.

  • Working alongside large local authorities in relation to various general commercial matters.

Recent Articles


Housing affordability changes – what does it mean for you?

The Government has announced its plan to combat New Zealand’s buoyant housing market. On Tuesday, the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, and other key Ministers detailed the changes intended to cool the market by removing incentives for speculators while also aiming to increase the housing supply.

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