Wang Peter

Jones Day (Beijing)
Partner

Peter Wang leads the Firm’s China antitrust and litigation practices and serves as Partner-in-Charge for the China Region. He has handled major U.S. and Chinese government antitrust investigations of proposed mergers and acquisitions, as well as nonmerger investigations and antitrust litigation. Peter represents clients inside and outside of China in complex commercial disputes and patent and other technology and intellectual property litigation. He also regularly handles FCPA investigations and advises clients on related compliance and due diligence issues. Among the China and U.S. antitrust matters Peter has handled include Baxter’s acquisition of Gambro, Gavilon’s acquisition by Marubeni, Goodrich’s acquisition by UTC, TI’s acquisition of National Semiconductor, GM’s acquisition of Delphi, Alcatel’s merger with Lucent, America Online’s merger with Time Warner, and Procter & Gamble’s acquisition of Clairol. He also has represented Chinese, U.S., and other clients in litigation including First American v. Zayed (RICO and related criminal, civil, and regulatory investigations and litigation), Hong Yi Construction v. Thomson Consumer Electronics (contract and RICO action), Sinochem International v. MISC (U.S. Supreme Court litigation re forum non conveniens), and AlliedSignal v. BFGoodrich (antitrust challenge to proposed acquisition). Throughout his career, Peter has been active in the Firm’s extensive pro bono practice, including substantial work for the Whitman-Walker Clinic, Appleseed, the DC Bar Free Legal Advice & Referral Clinic (for which the Firm received a DC Bar pro bono award), and litigation matters such as Native Village of Curyung v. State of Alaska (for which the Firm received a certificate of merit from Alaska Legal Services).

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Jones Day (Beijing)
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581 Bulletin

Peter Wang, Qiang Xue, Yizhe Zhang The Chinese Government establishes the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) combining the antitrust enforcement responsibilities of the previous Price Supervision and Antimonopoly Bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission, the Antimonopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce and the Antimonopoly and Anti-unfair Competition Bureau of the State Administration of Industry and Commerce

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China recently established the State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR"), which combines the antitrust enforcement responsibilities of the previous Price Supervision and Antimonopoly Bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC"), the Antimonopoly Bureau of the (...)

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