Patrick Ma

Mattel (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (In-House)

Patrick Ma as director and senior counsel is responsible for Mattel’s legal and regulatory affairs in the Asia Pacific region (Hong Kong office). Previously he was a counsel at White and Case in Beijing, Shanghai and Silicon Valley. His practice focused on intellectual property, antitrust and other regulatory matters. Prior to his legal career, he was a consultant at an international IT and management consulting firm, where he advised clients on business process reengineering as well as information technology projects. He holds a J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law (2000).

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White & Case (Beijing)
White & Case (Beijing)
White & Case (Hong Kong)
White & Case (London)

Articles

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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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