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|Education||The University of Newcastle (B.A.); University of Birmingham (C.P.E.)|
|Admitted||1995, England and Wales; 1998, Hong Kong|
Member, British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Chairman, British Chamber of Commerce in Hanoi (2002-2004)
Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
John has been a partner of Mayer Brown JSM since 2005. He has extensive experience of dispute resolution (including arbitration and mediation) in banking and commercial matters in Hong Kong. He advises on regulatory matters including SFC investigations, domestic tribunals and administrative law remedies, including judicial review. John has been named a leading dispute resolution lawyer by Asia Law & Practice.
John is co-head of the firm's Competition Law Group in Asia, which was ranked by Chambers Asia 2011 as one of only five top tier international practice teams for China/Hong Kong antitrust. He was involved in the consultation with the HKSAR Government regarding the region's cross-sector Competition Bill and now advises a number of clients regarding compliance activities following the introduction of the new law. Chambers Asia has recognised John's work in this practice area in their 2012 rankings for China/Hong Kong antitrust lawyers.
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
2015 - The Year of Competition in Hong Kong
Hannah C. L. Ha,John M. Hickin, April 14, 2015
As we step into the Year of the Goat, businesses in Hong Kong are gearing up for the impending enforcement of the Competition Ordinance (Cap.619) (Ordinance), with the Competition Commission (Commission) having indicated the Ordinance is likely to come into operation by the end of 2015.
Headline Points: Revised Implementation Guidelines to the Competition Ordinance
Hannah C. L. Ha,John M. Hickin, April 13, 2015
Yesterday the Hong Kong Competition Commission (Commission) published revised implementation guidelines (revised Guidelines) to the Competition Ordinance (Cap. 619) (CO). In revising the Guidelines the Commission considered 64 submissions from a range of organisations commenting on the previous...
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