Max joined Queen City Law in 2015 after working at a general law firm in Takapuna, Auckland. His previous legal work was in the property, conveyancing and commercial law spheres.
Commercially astute, Max possesses an excellent knack of being able to quickly grasp complex issues whilst building rapport with people. Before pursuing his legal career, Max worked as a commercial manager of an international electrical cable company at its New Zealand branch. He was involved with intricate contractual disputes and multi-million dollar settlements while also successfully managing tax issues with the IRD and insurance claims with sub-contractors and principals working along-side chartered accountants, lawyers and contractors. Through such “hands on” experience Max is very aware of how clients can feel in stressful situations and the need to put out fires as soon as potential issues are identified whenever possible. His commercial and language skills give him a distinct advantage in his legal practice and will continue to serve QCL well.
Read More about Max here. He is hard working and prides himself on being reliable and dedicated. He is fluent in both English and Korean.
Max is passionate about helping children and has successfully organised the ‘Our Children, Our Community’ (OCOC) charitable projects in Auckland and Christchurch with his wife Tina and received the Ernst & Young Excellence Award and Lane Neave Lawyers Leadership Award.
The lawyers at Queen City Law are speakers of Korean, Mandarin, English, Spanish, Indonesian and Tagalog. Check out our team.
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Jack Cheng is acting on a wide range of legal issues & is assisting Queen City Law in all aspects of property and construction law. Jack speaks Mandarin, English and Cantonese.
Tom Huang is a problem solving lawyer specialising in property and commerce. Tom is confident that his business background better enables him to provide a practical approach in solving clients’ problems. Like Jan, Tom was born in China and speaks Mandarin and English.
Queen City Law are experienced at representing off shore interests. This experience has given us a much deeper understanding of property development work and places us in a rather unique position- it also enables us to add direct value to development projects with a mark of distinction.
We are also able to assist in terms of due diligence programmes, ascertaining finance requirements and implementing such programmes. Our lawyers are able to act as agents in accordance with recent legislative changes allowing lawyers to again provide such services and we are well placed to provide sound assistance in this regard although we are currently limiting our involvement to transactions over say NZ$5M. To contact us click here.