AnJie’s Antitrust/Competition law practice is widely recognized by many international ranking institutions, including Chambers & Partners, GCR (Global Competition Review), Who’s Who Legal, Legal 500, China Law and Practice, Expert Guide, Asian Legal Business and China Law and Practice. In 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Chambers & Partners honoured several AnJie lawyers as “Recommend Competition/Antitrust Lawyers.”
AnJie’s Antitrust/Competition law team consists of nearly 20 highly experienced partners and senior associates. AnJie lawyers have been extensively involved in the drafting, advising, discussion, and formulation of China’s AML and related enforcement regulations.
AnJie’s clientele ranges from large state-owned enterprises to renowned multinational companies and medium-sized domestic or foreign companies. We serve multiple industries, including automobile, shipping, chemical, energy, finance, pharmaceutical, transportation, machinery, electronics, textile, aviation, consumer goods, software, etc.
AnJie’s Antitrust/Competition department frequently represent both Chinese and foreign-funded companies in antitrust investigations and regularly achieve desirable results. We provided services to our client in the first antitrust investigation in the PRC and assisted the client to obtain exemptions. AnJie lawyers have accumulated an array of experience in high-profile competition private litigation. Meanwhile, AnJie lawyers have successfully handled various IP-related competition litigations and advised numerous high-tech companies on whether their product designs complied with antitrust rules. To date, AnJie has successfully represented hundreds of enterprises in concentration filings with MOFCOM. In addition, AnJie provides competition law training, drafting of compliance brochures, mock interview and dawn raids, and antitrust compliance review of business models to Top 500 companies, Chinese SoEs and listed companies.