Yang Yang

Fairsky Law (Hong Kong)

Ms. Yang is Partner of Department of Antitrust at Fairsky. She is also a lecturer and researcher at China University of Political Science and Law. She focuses her practice in antitrust law. Before joining Fairsky (former as “Unitalen”), she worked for King and Wood Malleson’s Antitrust team for 5 years. She is a recognized leading legal expert by Beijing Chaoyang District Government. She authored a treatise on China Merger Control (published in 2017 and now 2019 edition) and a treatise on the Investor’s Guide to the Chinese Tax System. Both treatises are published by LexisNexis in the US and annually updated. Ms. Yang is a member of the expert advisory team for Amendments to China Anti-Monopoly Law (with a total number of 8 members) and she is in charge of drafting an expert report on suggested amendments to China Merger Control regime, Chapter 4 of Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law. She is a frequent contributor to Antitrust Report of LexisNexis and Competition Policy International (Asia Column and Asia Chronicle). She received Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from University of Minnesota Law School in 2008 and Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation, with High Honors from Northwestern University School of Law in 2009. She clerked for Minnesota Tax Court for one year between 2007 and 2008 during law school. She received her Bachelor of Laws from China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) in 2004. Following graduation, between 2004 and 2005, she interned at the Intellectual Property Right (IPR) Division of Beijing High People’s Court


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