Antitrust Litigation 2019

Last Updated: 18 September 2019

Published on: 18 September 2019

Antitrust Litigation 2019 - Comparisons

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Last Updated: 18 September 2019

Contributors:
FenXun Partners
(Law and Practice)

Dentons
(Trends and Developments)


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Contributors:
FenXun Partners
(Law and Practice)

Dentons
(Trends and Developments)


About the contributors:
FenXun Partners

was the first joint operation approved by the Shanghai Bureau of Justice and the Ministry of Justice under the SHFTZ regime in 2015. Delivering integrated international and PRC legal services, the firm is staffed by both locally admitted and foreign-licensed lawyers from Baker McKenzie and FenXun ... Partners. it works closely with lawyers and professional staff across Baker McKenzie’s 78 offices worldwide, advise leading Chinese and multinational companies on both China domestic and cross-border issues across the full spectrum of corporate and commercial law, employment, tax, intellectual property, dispute resolution and litigation, antitrust and competition. It offers significant expertise in product liability-related litigation and actions in Chinese courts.


Dentons

is the largest global law firm in the world and has 186 offices across 70-plus countries and features 47 regional offices in China. Dentons China’s antitrust practice is led by Jet Deng in the Beijing Office and Ken Dai in the Shanghai Office, who are two of the most experienced Chinese antitrust ... lawyers starting their practices as early as 2004 – a time before China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) had even come into effect. At present, Dentons China's antitrust team is comprised of three partners and more than 20 dedicated antitrust lawyers. Dentons China's antitrust team has dealt with an enormous number of antitrust civil lawsuits in the automotive, cargo transportation and telecommunications sectors, it has represented a number of multinational and domestic corporations bringing antitrust civil actions in both China and abroad, covering the most contentious and pioneering antitrust issues. For example, application of FRAND principles, abuse of SEPs and vertical restrictions. Dentons China's antitrust team has assisted the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC) to claim damages on behalf of Chinese victims in various air cargo shipping cartel civil actions in the US, the UK and the Netherlands.