Christina Bryant is a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution team at Hesketh Henry. She has specialist expertise in construction and insurance law. Her practice encompasses a range of complex, high value contract disputes and professional indemnity claims, examples of which include:
Savvy Vineyards 3552 Ltd v Kakara Estate Ltd  NZSC 121. Leading New Zealand authority on the assignment and novation of contracts.
Carter Holt Harvey Ltd v Genesis Power Ltd and Rolls-Royce New Zealand Ltd including  1 NZLR 324 (CA),  3 NZLR 794 and various unreported decisions. Defence of New Zealand’s largest engineering and construction litigation to date, arising out of alleged defects in a cogeneration plant in the central North Island.
Representing structural engineers at the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the fatal collapse of the CTV building during the Canterbury earthquakes.
Advising an international consortium partner in connection with a major upgrade to the upper North Island transmission grid.
Christina is a graduate of the University of Auckland and King’s College London. She is admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in New Zealand and as a solicitor in England and Wales.