Ashurst (Abū Dhabī)

Adelle Elhosni

Ashurst (Abū Dhabī)

Adelle is a competition specialist based in the Ashurst Abu Dhabi office. She provides on the ground competition law expertise across the Middle East and is an integral member of tAshurst’s global competition practice. Adelle has experience advising on competition and consumer laws, including in the context of regulatory investigations, litigious matters, and mergers and acquisitions. She also brings in-house credentials through a role acting as legal counsel at a State owned oil and gas enterprise. where she supported a range of competition law matters impacting the global activities of the business. Through Adelle’s career she has advised on competition and consumer law matters across a range of industries including in energy and infrastructure, healthcare and pharamaceuticals, funds and financial services, technology and digital platforms, and consumer, food and retail.

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Angie Ng, Adelle Elhosni The Supreme People’s Court of China issues a judgment which finds that a patent settlement agreement constitutes a horizontal monopoly agreement in violation of Anti-Monopoly Law (Shanghai Huaming Power /Wuhan Taipu Transformer Switch)


The Supreme People’s Court of China (’SPC’) issued a judgment on 21 March 2022 which found that a patent settlement between Shanghai Huaming Power Equipment Manufacturing (’Huaming’) and Wuhan Taipu Transformer Switch (’Taipu’) constituted a horizontal monopoly agreement in violation of China’s (...)

Angie Ng, Adelle Elhosni The Indonesian Competition Authority continues active enforcement against bid-rigging conduct following two decisions concerning a fishing port tender and the second one related to the construction of a swimming pool (Cipta Karya Multi Teknik / Bangun Persada...) (Cahayahikmah Jayapratama / Karya Kandangan...)


In February 2022, the Indonesia Competition Commission ("ICC") published two decisions involving bid-rigging conduct pursuant to government funded tenders. The first case related to a fishing port tender in Tulungagung and the second case related to the construction of a swimming pool in South (...)

Angie Ng, Adelle Elhosni The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation approves 2 transactions subject to a number of remedies, including requiring the merged entity to divest a part of its business and commit to supply customers on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms (Siltronic / GlobalWafers) (AMD / Xilinx)


In January 2022, the State Administration of Market Regulation ("SAMR") conditionally approved two merger transactions in the technology sector - the acquisition of Siltronic AG by Global Wafers and the acquisition of Xilinx by Advanced Micro Devices. These two cases demonstrate SAMR’s ongoing (...)

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