Christopher Corr

White & Case (Beijing), White & Case (Washington)
Lawyer (Counsel)

Christopher F. Corr concentrates on international trade, competition, IP and other regulatory matters. Chris works closely with sovereign and private sector clients in Asia, Latin America, Europe and Canada on international trade, competition and IP matters, and also counsels US companies engaged in international commerce. He has served as counsel in numerous high profile cases concerning semiconductors, computers and other electronics, steel products, lumber, seafood, agricultural products, chemicals, petroleum, pharmaceuticals and technology transfer as well as in the negotiation of government-to-government agreements. Chris was lead counsel in one of the first NAFTA panel dispute resolution cases. He also has worked for the Office of Unfair Import Investigations of the ITC, the International Division of the US Chamber of Commerce and the Humane Society Office of General Counsel. Chris is recognized by international legal publications as a leading international trade practitioner. Cited by Asia Pacific Legal 500 as a "renowned" trade litigation practitioner, clients have described him as "knowledgeable and experienced" and "a dedicated, proactive advisor". He has also been recommended by Chambers Global, Chambers USA, Chambers Asia, International Who’s Who of Trade & Customs Lawyers, Guide to the World’s Leading International Trade Lawyers and is the sole winner in China of the International Law Office Client Choice Award since 2010 for the Trade & Customs category.

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Mattel (Hong Kong)
White & Case (Beijing)

Articles

2346 Bulletin

Christopher Corr, Patrick Ma The Chinese MOFCOM Anti-Monopoly Bureau publishes sets of guidelines and regulations providing further detail on implementation of the Anti-Monopoly Law

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The Anti-Monopoly Bureau (“AMB”) of China’s Ministry of Commerce (“MOFCOM”) recently published seven sets of guidelines and regulations that provide further detail on implementation of the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”), which went into effect August 1, 2008. As described below, the guidance clarifies the (...)

Christopher Corr, Patrick Ma The Chinese MOFCOM publishes sets of guidelines and regulations on merger review providing guidance on what counsels need to know about the China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

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China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), which went into effect on 1 August 2008, establishes China as one of the world’s most important merger review authorities, along with the U.S. and EC. The Anti-Monopoly bureau (AMB) of China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) recently shed light on how it will (...)

Christopher Corr, Patrick Ma The Chinese MOFCOM publishes sets of guidelines and regulations on merger review providing guidance on what counsels need to know about the China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

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China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), which went into effect on 1 August 2008, establishes China as one of the world’s most important merger review authorities, along with the U.S. and EC. The Anti-Monopoly bureau (AMB) of China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) recently shed light on how it will (...)

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