Competition / Anti-Trust

China is becoming more and more active in enforcing its Anti-Monopoly Law. In addition, more than 100 other countries and regions have adopted competition law. The consequences of failing to comply with competition law are serious, both for companies themselves and, increasingly, the individuals working for them. Therefore, it is becoming increasingly vital for companies to effectively mitigate not only Chinese competition risks but also multinational competition risks.
 
Chance Bridge’s Competition Practice is one of the leading competition teams in China and is known for its advanced expertise as well as international experience. We represent clients across various industries in all competition law-related matters.
 
Our highly skilled, experienced team brings a practical approach to support clients in achieving their commercial objectives while limiting their risk exposure and ensuring compliance with competition law. Our abilities within China are distinct because:
Our team delivers quality advice that has been built upon years of experience acquired while working alongside elite competition law firms in other jurisdictions
We work seamlessly with our international partners so clients’ global competition obligations are fulfilled consistently and efficiently
We have the capabilities and resources to deliver complex and large competition solutions on-time and within budget
 
We regularly assist clients in the following areas:
Merger notifications - domestic notification requirements assessment, merger filings, pre-notification discussions with MOFCOM, competition risks, multinational notification requirements assessment and multinational notifications
Monopoly/anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominance – commercial agreements review, transactional review and strategy consultation
“Dawn raids” and leniency applications – all issues relating to the Chinese Antimonopoly Law Enforcement Agencies (AMEA) including the NDRC and SAIC
Competition compliance programs, training, and auditing – design and update systems, conduct training, assistance with compilation of manuals and auditing of competition compliance programs
Competition litigation – full litigation and dispute resolution services relating to competition issues and filing complaints on behalf of clients with the AMEA
Competition law alerts – tracking global developments in competition law and informing clients of potentially important changes, implications and mitigation procedures
 
Our Competition team adeptly mitigates risks for our clients in all areas of competition law. We use both our global and China expertise to efficiently and effectively deliver straightforward advice and solutions to our clients’ most pressing and complicated competition risks.