Linklaters (Hong Kong)

Clara Ingen-Housz

Linklaters (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (Partner)

Clara is a Linklaters antitrust partner based in the Hong Kong office, advising multinational companies on Asian competition law issues, and Asian companies on global antitrust matters. Her experience spans three continents. In Europe, she was a member of the competition department of the Legal Service at the European Commission, advising and litigating on behalf of the Commission particularly on cartel cases in a wide range of industries. In the United States, she practised for close to 10 years at top-tier New York firms, focusing on US merger control and private antitrust litigation.Over eight years in Asia, Clara has developed a strong regional competition practice with specific expertise in China and Hong Kong. She is connected to the regulators across the region and has been involved in transactions and investigations in a number of jurisdictions including China, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea, Taiwan and Australia.In Hong Kong, she has been selected and recently reappointed by the Hong Kong Competition Commission as a non-governmental adviser to the International Competition Network, and she has been active in the debates surrounding the law and its implementing guidelines. She also is involved in various investigations as well as the first case before the Hong Kong Competition Tribunal.

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Articles

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Clara Ingen-Housz, Knut Fournier, Marcus Pollard The Hong Kong High Court confirms the Competition Tribunal’s competence for stand-alone private actions in competition cases (Loyal Profit / TIC)

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This article has been nominated for the 2018 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Hong Kong Court confirms bar on stand-alone private actions in competition cases* The Hong Kong Court of First Instance rejected a claim that it had jurisdiction (...)

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