Covington & Burling (Beijing)

Yan Luo

Covington & Burling (Beijing)
Lawyer (Partner)

Yan Luo advises clients on a broad range of regulatory matters in connection with data privacy and cybersecurity, antitrust and competition, as well as international trade laws in the United States, EU, and China. Ms. Luo has significant experience assisting multinational companies navigating the rapidly-evolving Chinese cybersecurity and data privacy rules. Her work includes high-stakes compliance advice on strategic issues such as data localization and cross border data transfer, as well as data protection advice in the context of strategic transactions. She also advises leading Chinese technology companies on global data governance issues and on compliance matters in major jurisdictions such as the European Union and the United States.

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Articles

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Robert J. Williams, Weishi Li, Timothy Stratford, James J. O’Connell, Yan Luo The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce releases rules on intellectual property regarding competition law

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Following several years of drafting and public consultations, on April 13 the State Administration for Industry and Commerce of the People’s Republic of China (“SAIC”) released its Rules on the Prohibition of Abuses of Intellectual Property Rights for the Purposes of Eliminating or Restricting (...)

Daniel L. Spiegel, John D. Graubert, Weishi Li, James J. O’Connell, Timothy Stratford, Yan Luo The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission opens a broad investigation into pharmaceutical pricing

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Earlier this month, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) announced that it is conducting a wide-ranging probe into the costs and prices of pharmaceutical products sold by more than 60 multinational and domestic companies. NDRC has broad powers to enforce China’s Price Law, (...)

John D. Graubert, James J. O’Connell, Timothy Stratford, Yan Luo The Chinese Supreme Court issues rules governing private antitrust litigations arising from monopolistic conducts

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On May 8, China’s Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”) issued its Rules on the Application of Laws for Adjudicating Civil Disputes Arising From Monopolistic Conduct (“the Rules”). According to the SPC, the Rules, which take effect June 1, are intended to ease plaintiffs’ burdens and are thus likely to have (...)

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