Martyn Huckerby


Martyn Huckerby is an International Partner in the Corporate Group of the Shanghai office of King & Wood Mallesons, where he specialises in corporate, regulatory, competition/antitrust and telecommunications law.

Advising clients on the establishment and expansion of businesses (including joint ventures) in China and across Asia has led Martyn to gain broad expertise on general corporate, M&A, real estate and employment matters. Martyn has advised on a range of completed acquisitions and distribution arrangements in China. Martyn has also advised on numerous employment matters (including arbitrations and employment contracts) and settlement of commercial disputes.

Martyn is recognised by a number of legal directories for his regulatory, TMT and competition law expertise, and was recently appointed by the Hong Kong Competition Commission as a Non-Government Advisor to the International Competition Network. Martyn is ranked as a leading competition/antitrust lawyer for China and Hong Kong in Chambers Asia 2016, in which it is acknowledged that Martyn “services an impressive roster of international and local corporates, and clients are particularly impressed by his commercial awareness and communication skills.”

Martyn regularly speaks at public conferences and seminars on corporate and regulatory issues. He is also the author of various published articles in Australia, US, Europe and China. Martyn is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia, and has previously practised in London and Shanghai at a “Magic Circle” law firm and in Sydney.

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