Michael Gu

AnJie Law (Beijing)
Lawyer (Partner)

Michael Gu is a founding partner and executive member of AnJie Law Firm based in Beijing. Prior to founding AnJie Law Firm in 2012, Michael was a partner of Zhong Lun Law Firm. Michael also worked for over five years with international firms (Linklaters, Allen & Overy) at their Beijing offices. Michael’s practice mainly focuses on antitrust, cross-border investment and general corporate. Michael is a native Chinese speaker and is fluent in English. Michael received his LL.B. degree from Soochow University School of Law in 1993 and was licensed to practice law in the PRC in 1994. He also holds a legal certificate in European Law after he attended legal trainings in London University and other leading European universities under EU-China Legal and Judicial Co-operation Program, sponsored by the PRC Ministry of Justice and European Commission from 2002 to 2003. In addition, Michael holds an EMBA degree from China Center for Economic Research at Peking University.

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AnJie Law (Beijing)
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Michael Gu, Yu Shuitian The Chinese MOFCOM publishes penalty decisions regarding merger control for the first time (Unigroup / RDA Microelectronics ; Western Digital / Hitachi)

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MOFCOM Steps Up: Penalty Decisions Regarding Merger Control Published for the First Time* Two months after the National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) published its last high-profile anti-monopoly penalty decisions (e.g.Japanese Auto Parts and Bearing Manufacturers case, Audi and (...)

Michael Gu The Chinese MOFCOM grants a conditional clearance on a proposed $3.1 billion acquisition on the market for liquid display crystals and photoresists (Merck / AZ Electronics)

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MOFCOM Raised Specific Concerns over Adjacent Markets in Its Merger Review* Introduction On April 30, 2014, China’s Ministry of Commerce (“MOFCOM”) granted a conditional clearance on the proposed $3.1 billion acquisition of London-listed AZ Electronic Materials S.A. (“AZ”) by Merck KGaA (“Merck”) (...)

Michael Gu The Chinese MOFCOM announces decision to publicise the decisions of administrative penalties of undertakings which did not submit a notification prior to the implementation of their concentration

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Non-filers Beware: MOFCOM Takes More Strict Approach* Introduction On March 21, 2014, the PRC Ministry of Commerce (“MOFCOM”) announced that it decided to publicize the decisions of administrative penalties of undertakings which did not submit a notification prior to the implementation of their (...)

Michael Gu The Chinese Competition Authority announces penalties of CNY 668 million imposed for resale price maintenance on the market for baby milk formula (Baby formula cartel)

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Chinese Antitrust Agency Imposed Record Fines on Baby Formula Brands An Analysis on the Application of the Leniency Program under the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law* Background of Record-Breaking Fine Late June of this year, it was reported that the National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) (...)

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