Adelaide Luke is a partner with Herbert Smith Freehills based in Hong Kong. She has considerable experience in all areas of Hong Kong, EU and UK competition law, as well as of many of the competition regimes in Asia (particularly China). She worked in Herbert Smith Freehills’ competition teams in London and Brussels prior to moving to Hong Kong. Adelaide’s practice encompasses merger control, joint venture arrangements, regulatory investigations and competition litigation.
Competition Law and SustainabilitySusan Black, Marcel Nuys, Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Juliana Penz-Evren, Kristien Geeurickx, Florian Huerkamp, Camille Puech, André Pretorius, Jessica Fechner, Joseph Falcone, Jonathan Cross, Christopher Boyd, Adelaide Luke, Howard Chan, Joel Rheuben, Patrick Gay, Philip Aitken and Sarah Benbow, May 2022, Practical Law
Cross-sector merger control in Malaysia: Getting closerHerbert Smith Freehills, Adelaide Luke, Peter Godwin, Glynn Cooper and Sophie Lenox, 19 May 2021, Insights
ESG collaboration and competition law: Change on the horizon?Herbert Smith Freehills, Adelaide Luke, Timothy Stutt, Antony Crockett, Joel Rheuben and Howard Chan, 25 March 2021, Asia Competition e-bulletin