Adam has more than 15 years’ experience in providing strategic competition law advice to clients in a wide range of industry sectors, including financial services, manufacturing, transport and logistics, and retail. He is qualified in England & Wales and is a registered foreign lawyer in Hong Kong. He currently leads the firm’s competition practice in Asia. He advises local and global clients on regulatory investigations, disputes and competition law compliance in the region. He has also regularly represented clients before the UK and EU competition authorities in the context of cartel, dominance and merger investigations. Adam recently acted for the Communications Authority (CA) in the defence of High Court judicial review proceedings in which Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) challenged the CA’s finding that TVB had infringed the restrictions against anti-competitive conduct under the Broadcasting Ordinance. The Court of First Instance confirmed the CA’s competition law findings but ordered that the CA’s decision be set aside on constitutional grounds. It was the first and so far the only instance in which the Hong Kong Courts have applied the rules against anticompetitive conduct in Hong Kong. Adam is recognised by The Legal 500 as a leading individual for competition law in Hong Kong, which describes him as ‘personable, sharp and dedicated’.