Cone Marshall is a law firm based in New Zealand that has expanded its services to overseas regions where clients who have estate, trust or tax problems can get their issues tackled in a short time. The firm has grown both in physical assets and reputation and this is attributed to the good quality services it has been offering to clients across the world. Cone Marshall is a unique law firm if viewed in the New Zealand market because no other has dedicated its effort to dealing with one type of litigation: commercial litigation.
The firm has been offering tax and estate litigation solutions to clients in the local market and since one decade ago, its influence has penetrated into the international scene. Cone Marshall, therefore, has seen an increase in revenues and is looking to establish offices overseas to serve clients from other regions better.
Since 2005, Cone Marshall has been implementing a plan that has contributed to the growth that has been seen so far. Such changes include building a new system of handling the work presented by clients and offering solutions in the shortest period. This system is backed by modern technology that allows clients to access information about their case and in the event there is need for the addition of files, they are allowed to do so from remote locations.
All the information shared across the network is secured by a strong encryption system, so the clients are assured of a solution that is exclusive and availed to serve their interests. With a fast and accurate way of serving clients, Cone Marshall has attracted clients from both the local and international markets who are looking to find solutions to tax and estate problems.
About the leaders
It is necessary to also comment about the professionals who have contributed to the growth Cone Marshall has experienced to this point. Karen Marshall is one of the leaders behind the massive changes that have steered the firm to its glory. She boasts of more than 20 years commercial litigation experience.
She joined Cone Marshall in 2006 and has been vocal on matters concerning quality and performance. She took part in the formulation of policies that have contributed to the development of a new infrastructure. Her ideas have been backed by Geoffrey Cone, a professional who is considered an elder at the firm due to the many years of experience he holds as a lawyer.