Martyn Huckerby

Martyn Huckerby

Registered Foreign Lawyer (New South Wales, Australia)




T: +[852] 2833 4918

M: +[852] 6622 1553


Martyn Huckerby specialises in corporate, regulatory, and competition / antitrust law, splitting his time between Hong Kong and Shanghai. He heads our Asia-Pacific competition law practice, regularly advising clients on multi-jurisdictional merger filings, dawn raids, and regulatory compliance.

Martyn also has extensive experience advising clients on the establishment, expansion and restructuring of businesses (including joint ventures) in China and across Asia.  Martyn's experience also includes advising on cross-border commercial disputes and contractual matters.  Martyn advises clients across a range of sectors, but has particular expertise advising on regulated sectors, including TMT, education, telecommunications and broadcasting.  Martyn also advises on JV establishment, contractual and commercial matters in the retail, consumer goods, manufacturing, food and agribusiness sectors.  

Martyn is recognised by a number of legal directories for his regulatory, TMT and competition law expertise, and was recently reappointed by the Hong Kong Competition Commission as a Non Government Advisor to the International Competition Network.


Areas of expertise

  • Corporate and commercial
  • Regulatory and dawn raids
  • Competition and antitrust law


Representative experience

  • An international media company on Chinese regulatory issues, business restructuring, and broadcasting regulatory approvals in relation to a global merger;
  • An investment bank on Chinese merger clearances in relation to two acquisitions and the creation of a joint venture;
  • The Shanghai consulate of a foreign government on various corporate and labour law issues;
  • The restructuring of the Chinese sourcing offices of various retailers;
  • A UK education group on joint venture arrangements in mainland China and Hong Kong;
  • A US-listed online travel company on the restructuring of its China business and various regulatory and media issues;
  • An Australian listed nutraceutical company on advertising, distribution, and intellectual property issues in China.