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Mark Sandelin

Mark Sandelin


New Zealand

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Mark is a leading commercial and contract litigation lawyer, and a member of the partnership’s board.

He has specialist knowledge and experience in banking and finance recoveries, creditors’ remedies, receivership and insolvency law, Securities Act litigation, relationship property disputes, and commercial and contract law.

Mark represents major banking and financial institutions in New Zealand as well as many receivers and liquidators. He has acted for a range of clients facing investigation by the Financial Markets Authority and Serious Fraud Office. He also has a significant practice representing clients in relationship property disputes. Mark also has extensive experience in other forms of dispute resolution with a particular emphasis on mediation. He has acted both as mediator and as counsel in numerous mediations involving commercial disputes.


LLB University of Auckland
BA University of Auckland
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Ranked as a leading Dispute Resolution lawyer by Chambers Asia Pacific & Global
Ranked as a leading Insolvency and Restructuring lawyer by Chambers Asia Pacific
Ranked as a leading Insolvency and Restructuring lawyer by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific

Professional Associations

Director FairWay Resolution Ltd
Member The Institute of Directors in New Zealand
Deputy Chair of Board of Trustees Auckland Grammar School


Is My Business Safe from Relationship Property Claims?
MinterEllisonRuddWatts, December 2017

The adage, “Uncertainty is bad for business”, reflects a well-established economic theory in common use at a time of complex global events. It applies equally to the uncertainty caused by relationship breakdown and its disruptive impact on a business-owning spouse or partner (spouse) and their customers. It is important to understand that business assets can be exposed to crippling family law property claims even when held in trust. However you can do something about it...

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