Competition Law Compliance

Competition Law Compliance - China

Commercial and expert legal advice on competition law compliance

With competition regulators in China taking increasingly aggressive action, clients are turning to us for advice on managing competition-related risk. We pride ourselves on both being commercial and expert in the law – particularly in how the law tends to be applied in China.

In order to minimise the risk of an investigation finding anti-competitive behaviours, we develop tailored compliance programmes for you. In particular, we draft conduct codes, provide presentations, run seminars and create in-house training on anti-monopoly law compliance. We also help you to review business contracts and policies to identify contract terms that may contradict China’s anti-trust law.

Transnational corporations face complex issues in their vertical and horizontal relationships with suppliers, customers and competitors. We offer invaluable advice in this area.

Multinational corporations, state-owned enterprises and private companies all benefit from our advice. We advise clients in a range of industry sectors, including fast-moving consumer goods, household appliances, medical equipment, medicine, electronics, auto parts, beverages, mechanical equipment, energy, services, internet, information technology, tyres, metal and energy.

Experts in regulatory compliance, our lawyers:

  • Develop compliance programmes
  • Conduct audits and “mock dawn raids”
  • Provide guidelines and conduct codes for our client companies
  • Provide presentations, seminars and in-house training services for your employees
  • Review and revise business contracts and trading agreements to reduce risk at an early stage.

We have a full team specialising in this area.

Discover our latest insights into legal issues affecting your business

Commercial bribery has been in the spotlight during the amendment process.

07 November 2017

These updated policies are likely to be viewed as having a certain effect for personal data compliance in mainland.

29 September 2017

This week, the German government published an amendment to the German regulation on foreign investment control.

14 July 2017

This article focuses on the importance of preparation of material evidence for leniency applications under current anti-trust laws.

12 May 2016

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