Two of New Plymouth’s oldest law firms are to merge next year, involviong over 50 staff between them.
RMY Legal, which has five partners, is to merge with Billings Lawyers, a four partner/director firm, are to merge next April a joint statement from the firms announced.
“We both share similar values and have highly experienced and well-regarded lawyers and staff,” they said.
“This merger into one new law firm will help us strengthen out people-focused culture.”
Among the largest firms in Taranaki are Govett Quilliam, with seven partners and Auld Brewer (5 partners).
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