Litigation Competition Law

Litigating Competition Law - China

Our lawyers are experts in antitrust litigation

Many domestic and multinational companies have benefited from our expert legal services in anti-unfair competition and antitrust litigation cases.

We have advised on landmark cases in the China market, including Qihoo versus Tencent. This was the first antitrust litigation in China to involve comprehensive analysis of competition law and the first competition case to be heard by the Supreme People’s Court. We also advised on the Huawei versus IDC case, the first antitrust litigation in China involving intellectual property issues relating to essential patents. 

Our involvement in some of the key cases has earned our team a strong reputation in this area. With substantial experience at specialist tribunals, we are also at the forefront of private enforcement of competition law. Working to get the best possible commercial outcome for you means we always look at all the options for resolving disputes.

We have a strong dispute resolution team, which has 20 years’ experience in advising international and domestic clients on resolving disputes in China. Within the team, there are experienced lawyers from both local and supreme courts.

Based on our expertise in litigation and competition analysis, we help you develop litigation strategies, provide you with defence, and offer a one-stop service including legal analysis and economic analysis.

We act for multinational companies, state-owned enterprises and private companies from a range of sectors.

Our antitrust and competition litigation services include:

  • Filing for litigations and complaints to antitrust authorities
  • Defending our clients in litigation cases
  • Legal and economic analysis.

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