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Dr Martyn Taylor

Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright (Sydney)



  • PhD (Law) University of Sydney
  • MAppFinance, Corporate Finance, Macquarie University
  • Master of Laws, University of Sydney
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Economics and Economic History, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Victoria University of Wellington
  • Bachelor of Science, Architecture & Construction, Victoria University of Wellington


Work history

2011-present: Partner, Head of Telecoms & Co-Head of Rail Group (Asia-Pacific), Norton Rose Fulbright
2009-2011 Partner, GIlbert + Tobin
2007-2009 Senior Associate, Herbert Smith Freehills
1999-2007 Senior Associate, King&Wood Mallesons
2000 Senior Corporate Lawyer, Telstra (Secondment from Mallesons)
2000 Senior Corporate Lawyer, Sydney Airport (Secondment from Mallesons)
1996-1999 Barrister & Solicitor, Bell Gully
1994-1996 Associate, Chen & Palmer
1993-1994 Associate, DLA Piper
1990-1993 Project Administrator (Power Project Development), Electricity Corporation of New Zealand


Competition law publications

For a full list of publication see Martyn's LinkedIn profile



External linkMartyn Taylor and Claire Forster, 'Predatory buying to corner a market: ACCC v Cement Australia' (2014) 22 Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law 146

Martyn Taylor, 'Achieving regulatory certainty: the NBN Co Special Access Undertaking' (2013) 28(9) Competition and Consumer Law News 145

Martyn Taylor, 'Supermarkets and competition: Intensifying regulatory attention?' (2013) 28(10) Competition and Consumer Law News

Martyn Taylor, 'ACCC reduces broadband wholesale prices in Australi'a (2013) 28(10) Competition and Consumer Law News 145

Martyn Taylor and Claire Forster, 'Resale Price Maintenance: An Update and a Reminder' (2012) 27(9) Competition and Consumer Law News 294

Conference papers


Competition law notes/opinions

Opinion pieces

Norton Rose publications


Competition law presentations