is a partner in Russell McVeagh’s litigation team, specialising in employment law and health and safety. Kylie’s practice encompasses advice on all aspects of employment relationships, including ensuring employment relationships are appropriately documented (employment agreements, policies and incentive schemes), advising on compliance issues and dealing with employment disputes as they arise, including in litigation if necessary. She has advised some of New Zealand's largest employers on the employment law implications of large-scale outsourcing projects.
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