Hugh MatthewsPartner
Litigation and Dispute Resolution,
Business Law
& Employment
Hugh is the proud managing partner of White Fox & Jones. With a wealth of experience in many areas of law, Hugh now specialises in a broad range of commercial and civil litigation.
Hugo MulliganPartner
Commercial Property, Residential Property, Property Development and Subdivision, Personal Law, Agribusiness
& Business Law
Hugo has a wealth of experience in the property and commercial fields. He has been a White Fox & Jones partner since 2002.
Stuart StockPartner
Business Law,
Litigation and Dispute Resolution,
Commercial Property
& Insurance
Stuart is an insurance law and commercial contracts & dispute specialist. He’s known for his expertise in contract negotiation and his focus on reaching commercial resolutions for clients in situations where contract disputes arise.
Glen RyanPartner
Litigation and Dispute Resolution,
& Insolvency
Glen is a senior litigation and dispute resolution lawyer. He is sought after for his strong analytical skills and ability to quickly drill down to the key issues of a matter.
James LeggatPartner
Property Development and Subdivision,
Business Law,
Commercial Property
& Residential Property
James is a commercial lawyer who specialises in property & business. He represents some of the most influential & high profile property developers and business owners in Canterbury and is sought after for his honest, practical and efficient approach.
Sam ThorpSenior Associate
Business Law,
Commercial Property,
Residential Property
& Property Development and Subdivision
Sam has developed a reputation for his attention to detail and ability to think practically. He works on a wide range of commercial and property matters.
Business Law, Commercial Property, Residential Property, Property Development and Subdivision
& Personal Law
Lauraine is a property law expert. She’s recognised for her extensive knowledge, experience and expertise in subdivision and property development.

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