Jet Zhisong Deng joined Dentons in 2013 and is now co-chair of the firm’s China competition and antitrust practice. Jet Zhisong Deng is an experienced lawyer specialized in antitrust practice, data/privacy protection and dispute resolution. He has 14 years professional experience, including ten years practicing as a lawyer,and four years serving in commercial sector. His major practicing areas cover Anti-monopoly Law/Anti-unfair Competition Law, International Trade, Litigation and Arbitration. He specialized in handling complex projects and cases. He received Juris Master degree in 2005, and PhD degree in International Economic Law in 2012 at the University of International Business and Economics, with Professor Huang Yong, the deputy chairman of Expert Advisory Committee under the State CouncilAnti-Monopoly Commission, as his Master and Doctor Supervisor. Jet has been a part-time researcher at the Competition Law Centre of the University of International Business and Economics since 2005.As an experienced antitrust lawyer, Jet Zhisong Deng had represented oversea and local clients before MOFCOM in more than 20 merger control cases including designing remedies proposals, and successfully helped the clients to go through the mud and maze of antitrust review process of Chinese authority. He also helped clients to block competitors’ deals in term of antitrust review and appropriately respond to MOFCOM’s investigations on failing to file M&A deals. Jet is one of a few lawyers with the experience of representing multinationals in investigations of cartel/RPM agreement/dominance abuse by NDRC and SAIC, he is familiar with practice of the authorities and specializes in designing strategy to cope with those investigations. He provided legal advice on antitrust risk for many business transactions, and helped multinationals, SOEs, private enterprises and trade associations to develop compliance programs under China’s Anti-monopoly Law. He also helped clients go through the National Security Review procedures for Mergers and Acquisitions of Domestic Enterprises by Foreign Investors. He started to participate in the legislation procedures of the AML and provide legal advice to multinationals in 2004, and since that has been active in China’s Anti-monopoly community. He has close ties with scholars of universities and research institutes, and maintains effective working relationship with Anti-monopoly authorities, inter alia MOFCOM, SAIC and NDRC. He also published serials articles on AML on Jurisprudence Magazine, Social Science, China Business Law Journal, CPI Antitrust Column etc, and authored one book and translated one book on AML which were published by the Law Press.