Andy Luck


Andy is an Associate in the Commerce Compliance and Insolvency teams at Meredith Connell.  He acts on a variety of civil proceedings, primarily for the Commerce Commission, and appears for the Crown in criminal proceedings.  Andy regularly advises clients on a range of matters, with a particular emphasis on regulatory compliance, contractual issues and administrative law.

Andy joined Meredith Connell in 2016, having previously worked as a junior barrister at Stout Street Chambers, where he gained wide experience in commercial and public law litigation

Junior counsel for the Commerce Commission in case stated proceedings brought to clarify the legal status of peer-to-peer lending (Commerce Commission v Harmoney Ltd [2017] NZHC 1167; [2017] NZHC 2421; [2018] NZHC 1107).

Acting for the Commerce Commission in prosecutions brought for breaches of consumer protection legislation, and for the New Zealand Transport Agency in appeals against enforcement decisions.

Appearances for the Crown as sole counsel in jury trials, and for the New Zealand Police in High Court appeals.

LLB (Hons)/BA, University of Canterbury