is a partner at AnJie Law Firm. She graduated from the University of Bonn in Germany with a master’s degree in competition law. Ms Song has represented numerous multinational companies and has filed notifications for clients in the MediaTek/Mstar deal and ChemChina/Sygenta deal. She serves as an academic fellow at the Competition Policy Centre of Wuhan University and as an academic adviser to LLM candidates at North China University of Technology. She writes and speaks extensively on merger review and other antitrust issues.
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