Hogan Lovells (Hong Kong)

Stephanie Tsui

Hogan Lovells (Hong Kong)
Senior Associate

Keeping up with the ever-tightening regulatory landscape can be challenging. When clients find themselves tangled in commercial litigation, contentious insolvency, fraud and asset recovery or financial services and regulatory matters, they turn to Stephanie for her proven record of getting the job done. Stephanie has worked on complex investigations involving multimillion dollar exposures across various jurisdictions. Stephanie is also a member of the firm’s Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation team. She also worked in our Beijing office on MOFCOM merger filings and competition complaints.

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Articles

1074 Bulletin

Mark Lin, Adrian Emch, Eugene Low, Stephanie Tsui, PJ Kaur The Hong Kong Court of Appeal issues judgement which finds housing contractors fully liable for price fixing and market sharing

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On 2 June 2022, the Hong Kong Court of Appeal (“Court”) handed down a judgment almost doubling the financial penalties imposed by the Competition Tribunal (“Tribunal”) on five respondents in two decisions. The Tribunal had earlier found the respondents to have contravened the Competition Ordinance (...)

PJ Kaur, Adrian Emch, Eugene Low, Stephanie Tsui The Hong Kong Competition Authority launches a public consultation on the commitments offered by three online travel agents to remove certain parity clauses in their contracts with accommodation providers (Booking.com / Expedia / Trip.com)

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On 31 March 2020 the Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC) commenced a public consultation on the commitments offered by three online travel agents (OTAs) to remove certain parity clauses in their existing and future contracts with accommodation providers in Hong Kong. The consultation period (...)

Stephanie Tsui, PJ Kaur, Adrian Emch, Kathryn Hellings, Christopher Thomas, Eugene Low The Hong Kong Competition Authority publishes a cooperation and settlement policy expanding its leniency program

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On 29 April 2019, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (’HKCC’) published the Cooperation and Settlement Policy for Undertakings Engaged in Cartel Conduct (’Cooperation Policy’). In essence, the Cooperation Policy expands HKCC’s Leniency Policy, published in November 2015, just before the full (...)

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