Stephanie Wu

AnJie Law (Beijing)
Lawyer (Partner)

In the area of Competition Law/Antitrust, Stephanie advises on all aspects and phases of anti-monopoly law, including compliance, investigations, merger notification, antitrust private litigation, and fair competition review. Stephanie has advised many multi-national and domestic companies, including Fortune 500 companies, state-owned enterprises and private enterprises on competition law issues. The clients Stephanie has advised and represented cover a broad spectrum of industries, such as manufacturing, health care, pharmaceuticals, medical device, technology, aviation, semiconductor, automotive, chemicals, consumer products, insurance & reinsurance, etc. The matters on which Stephanie is capable of advising includes: anti-monopoly compliance matters arising from daily operations or business models, for instance restrictive agreements, information exchange, distribution agreements, pricing policies, promotion schemes, relation with industry associations and competitors, and various matters involving abuse of dominance (non-compete, rebates, tying, excessive pricing, refusal to deal, discrimination, etc.); designing anti-monopoly compliance system which covers training, compliance manuals, internal reporting system, mock dawn raids, internal audits, ongoing monitoring, etc.; (response to) all aspects of antitrust investigations (the application of leniency and commitments; exemptions and justifications, etc.); merger notifications; representation of clients in antitrust administrative and private actions (litigation and arbitration); representation of clients in complaints procedures in relation to anti-monopoly law violations by other firms or administrative departments, and advising clients on the fair competition review of regulations and policies of administrative departments.

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