Hogan Lovells (Beijing)

Jun Wei

Hogan Lovells (Beijing)
Lawyer (Partner)

Jun Wei is the Chair of the Greater China practice and has served two terms as a member of the Board of Hogan Lovells. Her practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and project financing. She regularly advises multinational companies and financial institutions on how to best structure their proposed investments and operations in China to achieve economic objectives and deal expeditiously and successfully with Chinese regulatory agencies. She also represents clients in a wide array of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, financings, infrastructure development, and company restructurings. Jun develops and implements policy recommendations and commercial strategies to achieve client goals. She provides strategic counsel to entities navigating complex government processes and dealing with crisis management. Jun advises multinational and Chinese clients on how to stay in control of the most complex cross- border transactions and broader crisis management matters. She is the person you want in strategy sessions, crisis situations and where difficult judgment calls need to be made. She has been elected as one of the 2018 and 2015 ALB China Top 15 Female Lawyers in China and one of the 2017 ALB China Top M&A Lawyers by Asian Legal Business.

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Adrian Emch, Rachel Xu, Andrew McGinty, Qing Lyu, Jun Wei The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation releases a draft with proposed amendments to the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law

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CHINA TABLES FIRST SET OF AMENDMENTS TO THE ANTI-MONOPOLY LAW* On 2 January 2020, China’s antitrust authority – the State Administration for Market Regulation (’SAMR’) – released a draft proposing amendments to the main antitrust statute in China, the Anti-Monopoly Law (’AML’), for public (...)

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