Stephen Crosswell

Baker McKenzie (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (Partner)

Stephen Crosswell heads Baker Mckenzie’s Asia Pacific Regional Competition Group. He is a principal in the Firm’s Competition practice in Hong Kong, where he oversees competition matters in Hong Kong, China, Vietnam and Korea. He is consistently recognized as a leading lawyer for competition/antitrust by Chambers Asia. He wrote the Hong Kong chapters of Sweet & Maxwell’s Competition Law in China & Hong Kong and the Oxford University Press Global Antitrust Compliance Handbook. Mr. Crosswell regularly speaks at leading antitrust events in Asia. He is also involved in capacity building with regional regulators and antitrust policy work. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Mr. Crosswell headed a Magic Circle firm’s antitrust and competition practice in Hong Kong and coordinated their overall practice in Asia.


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Clifford Chance (Beijing)
Compass Lexecon (Hong Kong)
University of Hong Kong
CRA International (London)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
University of New South Wales (Sydney)
Tencent (Beijing)
StubHub (Hong Kong)


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Zhi Bao, Laura Liu, Wenting Ge, Stephen Crosswell, Thomas Jenkins The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation fines three domestic pharmaceutical companies for abuse of dominance in the sale of injectable pharmaceutical ingredient (Kanghui / Puyunhui / Taiyangshen)


On 9 April 2020, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) fined three domestic pharmaceutical companies Shandong Kanghui Medicine Company Limited ("Kanghui"), Weifang Puyunhui Pharmaceutical Company Limited ("Puyunhui") and Weifang Taiyangshen Company Limited Pharmaceutical (...)

Stephen Crosswell The Hong Kong’s High Court rejects allegations by travel agency that certain directives issued by the Travel Industry Council were anti-competitive (Loyal Profit International Development)


On 27 April 2017, Hong Kong’s High Court rejected allegations by travel agency, Loyal Profit International Development that certain directives issued by the Travel Industry Council (TIC) were anti-competitive, and refused to rule on alleged violations of competition law. Loyal Profit alleged (...)

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