is an associate at Global Law’s Shanghai Office. His practice is focused on the areas of regulatory compliance, unfair competition, antitrust, general corporate and international trade. Dr Wu has enforcement experience in market regulation areas including advertising, trade mark, anti-unfair competition, anti-bribery and online transactions. He also has extensive experience of the administrative reconsideration of specific administrative acts, administrative suits and legislative actions. Dr Wu studied at East China University of Political Science and Law and has contributed to a great deal of law and policy research, having spent time working in the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University in the Netherlands as a visiting researcher. He has also published several articles in the areas of competition law and compliance.
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