Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong)

Emily S.Y. Lam

Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (Senior Consultant)

Emily Lam is a Senior Consultant at Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong). Emily has acted on behalf of a wide range of clients including financial institutions, state-owned PRC companies, major international corporations and high net worth individuals on matters including contractual disputes, shareholder disputes, guarantees and property fraud. She has also represented local and international clients in obtaining mareva injunctions and advised on Hong Kong employment matters. In addition, Emily has experience in regulatory matters including acting for Hong Kong listed companies in relation to SFC investigations for suspected breach of disclosure requirements and insider dealing provisions. Emily has over 15 years of experience in a broad range of litigation matters. She previously worked in a leading US firm for over 11 years prior to joining Herbert Smith Freehills. She speaks fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

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Articles

319 Bulletin

Nick Taylor, Peter J. Wang, Emily S.Y. Lam, Donald Hess, Sébastien Evrard The Hong Kong Parliament passes a comprehensive competition law which includes the classic prohibitions of anti-competitive agreements, abuses of market power, and a merger control regime

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After years of discussions, the Hong Kong Legislative Council finally passed a comprehensive competition law (the "HK Competition Law"). The HK Competition Law includes the classic prohibitions of anticompetitive agreements and abuses of market power, as well as a merger control regime (with (...)

Emily S.Y. Lam, Hiromitsu Miyakawa, Manoj Bhargava, Peter J. Wang, Sébastien Evrard The Competition Commission of India imposes US$ 1.1 Billion penalty for price fixing (Cement Cartel Case)

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India’s Competition Commission, which was established in 2003 and has been enforcing the cartel provisions of the law since 2009, has imposed fines of approximately US$ 1.1 billion against 11 internationally and locally owned cement manufacturers and their industry association for price fixing. (...)

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