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Tina Liu

Tina Liu

Senior Associate

To make an appointment, please contact Karen Cameron karen.cameron@tompkinswake.co.nz

Qualifications : BA, LLB (Hons), University of Victoria.

Rising Star Logo for Website  NZ Law Awards for Tina Profile

Tina advises on a range of commercial contracts and regulatory compliance matters for local and international clients including in the areas of health, pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, nutraceutical, privacy import & export control, food and beverage, and manufacturing. Before joining Tompkins Wake, Tina was legal counsel to a large government department and Crown entity advising on judicial and administrative review, health law and regulatory investigations. Tina has worked with a number of government agencies on high profile projects, including the Joint Border Management System between the New Zealand Customs Service and the Ministry for Primary Industries.

Tina speaks Mandarin and is studying towards a Graduate Diploma in Chinese.

Areas of expertise

  • Anti Bribery and Corruption Law
  • Biotechnology
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Commercialisation of Intellectual Property
  • Commercial Law
  • Consumer Law
  • Corporate Advisory
  • Dairy Industry
  • Food Labelling
  • Life Sciences
  • Privacy Act
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Intellectual Property
  • Dietary Supplements
  • Food and Beverage
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Manufacturing

 Other credentials

  • Excellence Awardee for Young Private Practice Lawyer of the Year 2022 | NZ Law Awards
  • Named a 'Rising Star' by NZ|Lawyer for 2022 

 

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