Having played a major role in the Antitrust & Competition sector in the industry for more than a decade in Hong Kong, we are recognised for our continuing dialogue with the government and Hong Kong Competition Commission in relation to competition law matters. China and Hong Kong, where our bilingual Antitrust & Competition team is based, are our major areas of focus given the significance of these markets for our clients, and the broad scope of the antitrust and competition legislation which governs activities within and beyond these markets.


  • Leading a broad competition law review and risk-assessment analysis for a major financial institution in Hong Kong.
  • Working with various trade associations and chambers of commerce to prepare submissions in relation to the region's Competition Bill.
  • Providing on-going advice regarding potential business risks from a Hong Kong competition law to various companies in the property, towage, banking, insurance and exhibitions sectors.
  • Assisting statutory bodies to lobby for exemptions from the proposed Hong Kong law.
  • Developing compliance manuals and 'train the trainer' programs to assist in-house counsel to promote competition compliance within their organisations.
  • Reviewing proposed agreements in order to determine if issues may arise under the forthcoming law so that they can be addressed now and the need for later revision or review is avoided.



Chambers Asia Pacific 2015
"The services provided them are good value for money and helps the client to ensure its compliance with law."

"Their lawyers are very knowledgeable and can provide to-the-point advice, which saves a lot of time and legal fees."

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2014
"The firm has a rounded practice, which means the antitrust team is able to draw on the expertise of other lawyers within the firm regarding any sector-specific knowledge that may be required in analysing the issues."

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