Lei Li focuses his practice on antitrust, anti-bribery compliance and commercial litigation (including trade litigation) matters.
Lei has been working on antitrust matters in China since the launch of China’s Anti-monopoly Law in 2008, and has accumulated extensive experience in this area. He provides merger clearance advice in high-profile domestic and cross-border M&A deals and inbound joint venture transactions. He advises multinational companies on antitrust compliance matters in China in connection with their business activities (such as product distribution, product pricing and IP licensing), as well as responding to antitrust investigations and inquiries by Chinese government agencies. Lei is featured as a leading antitrust lawyer by the leading bar publications, including Chambers Asia Pacific, IFLR 1000 and China Business Law Journal.