People

Les Allen
Partner
Michael Bright
Partner
Michael Hockly
Partner
Daniel Smith
Partner
Fei Fei Teh
Associate
Neil Evans
Consultant
David Munn
Consultant
Sarah Hughes
Practice Manager
Simon Greening
Associate
Kimberly Knox
Associate
Rebecca Roukema
Associate
Tracey Free
Solicitor
Nathan Tetzlaff
Associate
Emma Boad
Solicitor
Chantelle Buysers-Dean
Solicitor
Amy Cheng
Solicitor
Kylie Hudson
Solicitor
Sarah Wells
Trust Services Manager
Alessandra Loi
Solicitor
Tina Luff
Legal Executive
Margaret McKinnon
Legal Executive
Kathy Lu
Legal Executive
Cecilia Zhou
Legal Executive

Les Allen

Partner

 

  • Bachelor of Commerce – University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Master of Taxation Studies – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand
  • Notary Public

Les Allen leads Gaze Burt’s commercial team with a clear vision that comes with a background in accounting followed by over 35 years’ expert practice in corporate and commercial law.

Les has amassed a wealth of expertise in corporate and commercial law with specialisms in taxation, corporate restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions. Holding a Masters degree in taxation, Les regularly presents seminars and acts for clients on tax matters including disputes with the IRD. He is legal advisor for corporates through to SMEs assisting with all their legal needs and commonly acts for clients buying or selling businesses in the $500K to $30M range.

Les is passionate about gaining the best possible outcomes for clients and his experience is invaluable from setting terms of trade through to the Financial Markets Security Act. He additionally is sought after by Not for Profit organisations for advice on issues unique to the sector. Les has held a number of Directorships over the years and is a Notary Public as well as a senior member of the New Zealand Trustees Association.

Les is a former Deputy Chairman of Lynfield College and former Board Member of both the Kelston Deaf Education Centre and Lynfield College. A proud father of five children, he is a keen mountain biker and tennis fan.

“Accounting and Law are naturally aligned in commerce. Understanding your Accountant’s language, causes and concerns means I can provide more efficient, better outcomes for you.”

“My goal is to effectively represent your interests whether that’s a sales process, corporate restructure or a dispute with IRD. And that means getting you the best possible outcome.”

Les Allen

Partner

 

  • Bachelor of Commerce – University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Master of Taxation Studies – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand
  • Notary Public

Les Allen leads Gaze Burt’s commercial team with a clear vision that comes with a background in accounting followed by over 35 years’ expert practice in corporate and commercial law.

Les has amassed a wealth of expertise in corporate and commercial law with specialisms in taxation, corporate restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions. Holding a Masters degree in taxation, Les regularly presents seminars and acts for clients on tax matters including disputes with the IRD. He is legal advisor for corporates through to SMEs assisting with all their legal needs and commonly acts for clients buying or selling businesses in the $500K to $30M range.

Les is passionate about gaining the best possible outcomes for clients and his experience is invaluable from setting terms of trade through to the Financial Markets Security Act. He additionally is sought after by Not for Profit organisations for advice on issues unique to the sector. Les has held a number of Directorships over the years and is a Notary Public as well as a senior member of the New Zealand Trustees Association.

Les is a former Deputy Chairman of Lynfield College and former Board Member of both the Kelston Deaf Education Centre and Lynfield College. A proud father of five children, he is a keen mountain biker and tennis fan.

“Accounting and Law are naturally aligned in commerce. Understanding your Accountant’s language, causes and concerns means I can provide more efficient, better outcomes for you.”

“My goal is to effectively represent your interests whether that’s a sales process, corporate restructure or a dispute with IRD. And that means getting you the best possible outcome.”

Michael Bright

Partner

 

  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Canterbury (LEADR prize in dispute resolution)
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of Canterbury
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Michael Bright brings a bigger picture approach to commercial and franchise law. It’s an approach clients have come to appreciate for its immediate as well as long term benefits.

Michael’s expertise includes the full spectrum of commercial law with particular skills in franchise law, dispute resolution strategy and preparation of bespoke legal documentation. His skills include business modelling and guiding clients through both business and franchise growth. He regularly acts for a wide range of clients including start-ups, SMEs and prominent franchise brands, managing all their legal needs.

He is as passionate about helping new franchisors get started as he is helping franchisees assess and buy into franchise opportunities. This experience is what gives both sides invaluable insights. He regularly assists leading Australian law firms with their clients’ New Zealand activities and has been counsel to a range of International franchising organisations. As an active member of the Franchise Association of New Zealand, he advocates for best practice and responsible leadership in business.

Michael loves tramping, kayaking and mountain biking but these are necessarily on hold due to his two young sons and a long list of DIY projects. He also has a keen interest in share investment.

“My goal is to get you the best possible net return across the board. That means understanding when it’s time to get tough, and when it’s time to take a more measured approach.”

“Getting reputable, relevantly experienced legal advice is essential. For me it’s about understanding what you want to achieve, and giving you the best means to go about it.”

Michael Hockly

Partner

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Notary Public
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Michael Hockly provides expert counsel in the areas of asset and wealth structuring, estate planning and property management, leading a specialist and highly skilled team.

Michael has more than 30 years’ experience in the practice of law, and leads a team with specialist expertise in wealth and asset structuring, property law, trust law, estate planning, estate administration and trusteeship. The team’s property practice encompasses residential, rural and commercial property. And in close conjunction with the firm’s commercial team, he is regularly called on to provide advice for small to medium sized business owners and entrepreneurs.

Michael is a clear communicator with a wealth of practical and personal expertise in entrepreneurship and business. He is passionate about giving clients his full attention to truly understand what matters to them most at every stage of planning, and he is a very effective and proactive guide for the future. A well-respected authority in this area, Michael is a senior member of the New Zealand Trustees Association, a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Trust Special Interest Group, a board member of Tandem and a Notary Public.

“We’re Kiwis, problem solvers; there’s always a solution. The first question is always about what you want to achieve. By truly understanding that, we can put in place the right solutions for you. ”

“There’s no template but there is a process. What I bring to the table is plenty of experience. I genuinely like and care about my clients, and their outcomes. It’s what drives me in practice.”

Daniel Smith

Partner

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Commerce – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Daniel Smith provides clients with clear advice that stems from extensive experience across commercial, trust, property and employment law.

Daniel’s breadth of knowledge across commercial, trust, property and employment law makes him a popular “go-to” adviser for clients. He typically acts for businesses and their owners across all aspects of their business and personal legal needs. His expertise includes business and property sales and purchases, along with contract, finance, information technology, intellectual property, company and consumer law.

Since completing conjoint Commerce and Law degrees, Daniel’s passion for commercial law has developed through his experience assisting clients with a wide range of issues. He is a committed problem solver who uses all of his expertise to provide businesses with practical, meaningful advice aimed at delivering the best possible outcomes. Daniel is a clear communicator and is skilled at translating often complex legal issues into everyday language – an ability which gives clients confidence at every stage of a project.

Daniel is a keen runner who loves competing in events and enjoys a number of social sports when time permits. He and his wife Camille have three young children which keeps them both busy.

“I am passionate about solving people’s problems quickly and cost effectively. Having a broader view of law helps me provide clients with better outcomes while pre-empting future issues.”

“Communication is an important part of our relationship. It’s my role to ensure you have the most up to date information and that you understand it, through every stage of your project.”

Fei Fei Teh

Associate

 

  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Auckland (Hons)
  • Master of Arts, University of Xiamen, China (majoring in English Literature and Translation)
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Fei Fei was born in China. She was an international student in the UK and worked as the Head of Chinese Outreach in an UK based international organization for five years before immigrating to New Zealand.

Fei Fei practises general law. Recent years have seen a market boom in property, so Fei Fei has dealt extensively with property purchases and sales, including land, and related subdivisions. She advises and has dealt with a large volume of purchases off the plan. She has built a large client base both in New Zealand and overseas.

Fei Fei sees property transactions as a fundamental tool in establishing a trust relationship with clients. Her clients see her as warm, trust-worthy, and tend to come back to her and tell their circle of friends to go to her with other legal matters including immigration, business sale and purchase, relationship-property, asset-protection and wills. Fei Fei has worked alongside skilled litigators to represent clients in the Family court, District Court and High Court. Fei Fei tends to go out of her way to find a solution to clients’ disputes by alternative dispute resolution.

Fei Fei loves nature and life in general. She takes time to smell roses. People energise her. She is enthusiastic about her Christian faith. Fei Fei also has a keen interest in property investment.

“I know I am trained in law for a time like this – when China and New Zealand meet in trade and friendship marked by the signing of the FTA in 2008. My motto is: practising law is a service, not a business – a value imprinted in me by the Presiding Judge at my admission to the bar. I seek long term relationships with clients and other professionals alike.”

“I seek until I find out what my clients come to see me for, and then dig for the essential materials to present their position in a succinct and compelling way. I help clients communicate effectively and in a way which will best achieve their objectives, which tends to have the desired results.”

Neil Evans

Consultant

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of NZ & Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Kiribati
  • Master of Commercial Law (Hons) – University of Auckland

As a consultant Neil brings more than 35 years of experience to Gaze Burt’s clients. Neil has had wide experience in both litigation and property.

Currently Neil assists clients in property work, relationship property, enduring powers of attorney, estate and asset protection. In addition because of his background in litigation (Neil was formerly a litigation partner in Gaze Burt prior to taking up a role as Senior Sate Advocate for the Republic of Kiribati) Neil has a specialty focus in estate litigation.

Neil also has a keen interest in mediation in the not for profit sector having conducted more than 30 mediations.

He is an accredited Sports chaplain with Chaplaincy New Zealand .

As well as being a keen trail runner, Neil has played Touch football for the New Zealand Barbarian over 50 and over 55 teams and plays TAG football for the New Zealand over 50 team. He has competed in 2 TAG world cup tournaments and several Trans Tasman tournaments.

Neil recently published his first crime/legal thriller “ A Dangerous Legacy- search for the wakazashi”

David Munn

Consultant

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

David Munn is a renowned leader in the area of Franchise Law providing local and international clients with specialist franchising advice for franchisees and franchisors.

David’s experience in franchise law is virtually unrivalled in New Zealand. He is listed in the prestigious International Who’s Who of Franchise Lawyers and has been privileged to advise many leading New Zealand and International franchises over more than 30 years. He represents both franchisees and franchisors in a wide range of industries, from start-ups through to large established systems and listed corporates, and advises the Franchise Association of New Zealand from time to time.

A respected authority in the franchising arena, David has contributed articles to various publications including leading Law and Accounting Journals and has been a guest speaker at Conferences and Seminars. His long established relationships with the best professional advisors around the world have proven invaluable to clients, both those expanding overseas and International franchisors entering the New Zealand market. David has immeasurable standing in the franchising community and is passionate about providing best practice advice in this ever-changing specialism.

David loves entertaining his young grandchildren and camping in a remote part of Northland. He is an avid reader with a keen interest in issues of worldview, faith, science and human meaning.

“Franchising has matured significantly over the years. It’s a powerful business concept which requires in-depth understanding of the commercial and legal realities for both sides of the relationship.”

“Clients are rightly very invested in their franchising decisions. It’s my role to help you secure best practice outcomes and improve your prospects for commercial success – whether you’re a new franchisee or mature franchisor.”

Sarah Hughes

Practice Manager

Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (HRM) – Massey University

Sarah is Gaze Burt’s practice manager and oversees the HR, marketing, and administrative functions of the firm, as well as managing administration relating to the partnership. Sarah has over ten years’ experience in management roles across various industries.

Simon Greening

Associate

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Simon Greening is a specialist employment lawyer, acting for employers and employees on a wide range of employment matters. Simon has a very good understanding of the key pieces of legislation which make up the employment law landscape in New Zealand, and with the Employment Court sitting daily, Simon ensures he is up to date with recent decisions of the court. Simon provides clients with pragmatic solutions and resolve difficult situations that arise in the workplace.

Simon’s recent experience includes:

  • Acting for employers and employees involving investigations into serious misconduct in the workplace
  • Acting for an employer involving a fraud allegation involving a senior employee
  • Acting for an employer defending a series of constructive dismissal claims
  • Acting for a senior employee involving a 9 month workplace investigation
  • Acting for employees, in regard to bullying claims, Health & Safety claims, discrimination claims, disadvantage claims, & dismissal claims
  • Advising clients on employment obligations arising under Agreement for Sale & Purchase of Business
  • Advising clients on managing performance in the workplace
  • Advising clients on complex restructuring in the workplace, including obligations arising under Part 6A of the Employment Relations Act 2000

Simon has represented clients at investigation meetings, disciplinary meetings, Mediations, Hearings in the Employment Relations Authority, and appeals to the Employment Court.

Simon has also represented clients in proceedings before the Human Rights Review Tribunal (involving a matter being investigated by the Health & Disability Commissioner); Office of the Privacy Commissioner; Complaints Assessment Committees & the Teachers Disciplinary Tribunal.

Simon was the former CEO of the Churches Education Commission, a current member of the Auckland District Law Society Employment Law Committee, and a guest lecturer for the Bachelor of Applied Management degree at Manukau Institute of Technology.

Kimberly Knox

Associate

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Commerce – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Kimberly Knox works in the commercial team at Gaze Burt and provides assistance on a broad range of commercial, trust and property matters.

Kimberly has over 8 years’ experience in commercial and property roles since being admitted to the New Zealand Bar in Auckland in 2006. She provides a wide range of advice and assistance on legal matters including commercial and property acquisitions and transactions, leasing, contracting, financing, subdivisions and development. She also provides estate planning and trust advice.

Kimberly has been a contributor for the New Zealand Law Journal and a seminar presenter for the Auckland District Law Society. Kimberly is a member of the Women in Property branch of Property Council New Zealand and the Auckland District Law Society.

Kimberly is a guide leader for the Kaipatiki division of Girl Guiding New Zealand. Kimberly enjoys spending time with her family and is a freestyle jetskier and recreational runner.

“The legal profession provides me with opportunities to assist people in implementing their ideas and achieving their goals. I enjoy being able to provide a legal service that has a focus on clients and their requirements.”

“It is my goal to build strong and rewarding relationships with clients and to deliver a service to you where you feel you are made a priority and that you are receiving practical and experienced advice.”

Rebecca Roukema

Associate

 

  • Bachelor of Laws- University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Rebecca Roukema is responsible for Gaze Burt’s family law practice. Rebecca has been specialising in family law for the past 8 years and has a wealth of experience when it comes to Relationship property distribution and disputes; contracting out agreement negotiations and care and contact matters . In addition Rebecca is able to assist clients with regard to domestic violence issues and the obtaining of protection orders; adoption; guardianship; child relocation; child support appeals; preventing removal from New Zealand; Home for Life applications; and applications to be appointed a property manager or welfare guardian.

Rebecca is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for her clients, is diligent and approachable. Rebecca is actively involved with the emerging dispute resolution process Collaborative Advocacy. Rebecca is currently a member of Collaborative Advocacy New Zealand and is a committee member of the association’s management committee. Collaborative Advocacy is a process that Rebecca is extremely passionate about and she has achieved some extremely positive outcomes for her clients that have committed to the process.

Rebecca is a member of the Family Law Section and volunteers at the North Shore Women’s Centre, providing advice to women who might not always have the resources to obtain the legal advice they need.

When Rebecca isn’t a busy mum to three active boys she also enjoys cake decorating and baking, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

“I appreciate that my clients are going through an emotionally charged time, probably the worst they have experienced, and what they need is reassurance, a listening ear and sound legal advice and direction. This can make such a difference and give a client a sense of confidence.”

“ My relationship with my clients is something that is important to me and I take great pride in it. I want my clients to feel at the completion of a matter that they have received top quality service, legal advice and representation.”

Nathan Tetzlaff

Associate

 

  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons) (Senior prize in law) – University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Arts – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Nathan is part of Gaze Burt’s litigation/dispute resolution team. In the decade since Nathan commenced practice he has enjoyed providing commercially focused advice to companies, trusts and individuals to help resolve their civil disputes and employment problems. In this time he has obtained a broad variety of experience at all levels in the court hierarchy, and in alternative dispute resolution.

With a focus on finding the outcome that best suits a client’s business model, Nathan’s philosophy and approach to litigation is focused on identifying and realising a client’s real objectives rather than just reacting to the problem in the moment. A good result might require a full litigated approach, or may be more quickly and efficiently satisfied by some form of alternative process such as adjudication or mediation.

Employment law has always been an interest of Nathan’s, in particular assisting employers. Most employment disputes can be avoided by having strong employment agreements and following carefully prepared policies. Where things do go wrong assistance in mediation or at the Employment Relations Authority is available

Emma Boad

Solicitor

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Hertfordshire, U.K.
  • Solicitor of England and Wales
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Emma is a new member of the residential property team and brings with her over 10 years of experience in the legal profession.

Emma was admitted to the Role of Solicitors of England and Wales in 2007 and practised in the residential property and family law teams.

After moving to New Zealand Emma was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2010. She was the instructing solicitor in a large amount of solicitor negligence claims that arose from the Blue Chip collapse, obtaining positive results.

Emma is very happy to have returned to her roots and her passion for property law.

Emma is a married mother of two children and has a love of home cooking. When she is not home with the children Emma can be found volunteering at the local Girl Guide unit where she is a Guide Leader in Training. She enjoys camping with the Guiding Association as well as her family.

“Buying and selling property, whether for the family home or as an investment can be a very emotional and busy time. It is my goal to make the legal process as stress free as possible so that the client can focus on the finer details. The only way to do that is by spending time getting to know my clients so that I can understand their needs.”

Chantelle Buysers-Dean

Solicitor

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Science – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Chantelle is a graduate from the University of Auckland who joined our North Shore team in November 2015. Chantelle works in a solicitor support role alongside Michael Hockly in general practice law. In her spare time Chantelle enjoys arts and crafts, as well as keeping active by going to the gym, dance classes and travelling around the country.

Kylie Hudson

Solicitor

 

  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours)- University of Auckland.
  • Bachelor of Arts- University of Auckland.

Kylie joined Gaze Burt as a graduate in July 2015 and since then has gained valuable experience in general practice.

Outside of work, Kylie is a keen horse rider and enjoys the great outdoors.

Tracey Free

Solicitor

 

  • Bachelor of Laws and Arts (Senior Prize in Law and Senior Prize in Arts) – University of Auckland
  • Masters of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand

Tracey Free is a member of Gaze Burt’s commercial team.

Tracey specialises in commercial and residential property and business transactions. She provides practical advice for corporate clients as well as for individuals in their daily affairs.

Legal advice is one piece of the puzzle of a commercial transaction and Tracey enjoys helping people reach their business goals. She can help you with your due diligence investigation prior to purchasing a business, drafting special terms to protect your investment in the short and long term. She can offer suggestions to help you negotiate your deal and comment on the impact of terms provided by the other party involved in the transaction.

If you are thinking of having your trust or company involved in purchasing residential or investment properties, Tracey can help you proceed with your transaction.

Tracey can help you with your personal affairs. If you are thinking of putting in place new Powers of Attorney or wills or updating existing wills, Tracey can guide you through the process and help you think about the best way to manage your affairs.

Tina Luff

Legal Executive

 

  • Legal Executive Certificate
  • Diploma in Legal Executive Studies (Waikato University)
  • Diploma in Conveyancing

Tina looks after a wide range of legal matters including wills, trusts and property. Tina returned to work for us in August 2012 after spending the past 5 years working for law firms in Sydney.

Margaret McKinnon

Legal Executive

 

  • Certificate of Attainment in Legal Executive Studies
  • Diploma in Legal Executive Studies

Margaret has worked at Gaze Burt for a number of years in property and estate administration.

Margaret works closely with the Gaze Burt partners and solicitors, as a team they can guide you through what can sometimes be a difficult process in dealing with estate assets and administration, including challenges by beneficiaries which can sometimes arise.

Kathy Lu

Legal Executive

 

  • Bachelor of Business in Accounting and IT – Auckland University of Technology
  • Diploma of Legal Executive – New Zealand Law Society
  • Bachelor of Law – Guangzhou Jinan University, China

Kathy joined Gaze Burt in 2016 to support the Asian team and has eight years experience working for two reputable law firms in East Auckland and Manukau areas. Kathy had been a lawyer and Notary Public for five years in Canton city of China prior to immigrating to New Zealand.

Cecilia Zhou

Legal Executive

 

  • Bachelor of Law, Shanghai University, China
  • Qualification of Legal Profession, China
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Commerce (Specialised in Commercial Law), University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Legal Executive Diploma, New Zealand

Cecilia (Yahui) Zhou came to New Zealand in 2013 and joined in Gaze Burt from 2 November 2015 as a Legal Executive to Fei Fei Teh. Cecilia has been working with Fei Fei since July 2014 involving in Property, Business, Estates and Immigrations. Cecilia is an energetic young lady and will look after every case she handles with great care.

Amy Cheng

Solicitor

Bachelor of Commerce (Otago)

Bachelor of Tourism (Otago)

Bachelor of Laws (Otago)

Amy joined the property/commercial team at our CBD office Gaze Burt in October 2016. Originally qualifying with a BCom and BTour, Amy was drawn to the legal profession through the influence of friends studying law. She found their stories of various cases and lecture topics fascinating, and this (combined with a healthy interest in various legal drama series on TV) led to her completing further study and gaining her LLB from Otago in 2012.
Amy enjoys her practice areas of property and commercial law, and the variety of work that comes with this. She loves the challenges involved, always learning new things, and the sense of achievement in being able to help clients.
When not working, Amy likes Zumba, yoga, catching up with friends for coffee and shopping, watching movies and drama series, and going out for dinner – trying out different restaurants and eateries.
Amy was admitted to the Bar in June 2013, holds degrees in tourism, commerce, and law, and belongs to the Auckland District Law Society.

Sarah Wells

Trust Services Manager

 

  • Bachelor of Arts

Sarah has recently joined the Gaze Burt team to assist with trust and estate administration and has worked in the legal professional for over 20 years. Sarah is happy to discuss any queries you have in relation to your trust and general administration.

Alessandra Loi

Solicitor

 

  • Bachelor of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Arts (Major in Italian) – University of Auckland
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand
  • Master of Laws (Hons) – University of Auckland

Alessandra Loi works in the commercial team at Gaze Burt and assists in providing legal advice on a range of commercial and commercial property matters.

Alessandra worked as a graduate and then as a solicitor with a general practice Auckland law firm prior to joining Gaze Burt.

Alessandra is the Assistant Secretary of the Governance Committee for Orakei Marae, Social and Health Services Incorporated, which provides services such as counselling, driver’s education, legal services and other assistance to the iwi of Ngati Whatua and the wider community.

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