Hogan Lovells Fidelity (Shanghai)

Suyu Yuan

Hogan Lovells Fidelity (Shanghai)

Suyu Yuan is a partner at Hogan Lovells Fidelity, Shanghai. He is a seasoned lawyer with a proven track record in litigation and dispute resolution procedures, notably in commercial and IP cases. After completing his legal studies at the East China University of Political Science and Law, Suyu qualified as a lawyer in Shanghai in 2006, and joined Hogan Lovells Fidelity in 2016. Suyu has handled numerous litigation cases, accumulating a wealth of experience in representing clients in large-scale, multi-jurisdictional disputes involving contracts, corporate equity, and IP enforcement. Suyu’s rich litigation experience allows him to provide valuable, practice-based advice to his clients whether handling a commercial deal, a business restructuring, or IP enforcement. Suyu has a technical background in the field of Thermal Energy and Power Engineering and has passed the Chinese Patent Bar. This allows him to quickly grasp complex technical and legal concepts when handling matters involving technology.

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Suyu Yuan, Adrian Emch, Qing Lyu The Nanjing Intermediate People’s Court rules in favour of an undertaking and its subsidiary in an abuse of dominance case against its suppliers of active pharmaceutical ingredient and awards the plaintif damages as compensation for anti-competitive conduct totally $10 million (Yangtze River)


On 18 March 2020 the Nanjing Intermediate People’s Court (court) ruled in favor of Yangtze River Pharmaceutical Group and its subsidiary (Yangtze Pharma) in an abuse of dominance case against its suppliers of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API). The court awarded the plaintiffs a record (...)

Suyu Yuan, Adrian Emch, Rachel Xu, Qing Lyu The Chinese Supreme Court rules that Chinese antitrust authorities do not have to prove the anti-competitive effects of companies’ resale price maintenance conduct (Hainan Yutai Technology Feed)


NEITHER FISH NOR FOWL – CHINA’S SUPREME COURT PROPOSES NEW FRAMEWORK FOR RESALE PRICE MAINTENANCE* In the last week of June 2019, a copy of a ground-breaking court ruling emerged on social media in China – the order by the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) in the case between Yutai Technology (...)


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