Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Hong Kong)

Alastair Mordaunt

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Hong Kong)
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Alastair Mordaunt is a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London. Recognised as a leading competition lawyer by the major legal directories, Alastair has over 20 years of regulator and private practice experience in the UK, US and Hong Kong, including four years as a senior official at the then UK’s Office of Fair Trading. He has been a non-governmental adviser to both the UK and Hong Kong competition authorities. He has particular experience in advising clients in successfully navigating their way through multi-jurisdictional merger control, foreign investment review and antitrust enforcement processes.

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1666 Bulletin

Ngoc Nguyen, Alastair Mordaunt The Vietnamese Government issues a decree providing guidance on thresholds for merger control notification, the definition of "control" and the approach to reviewing the competitive impact of a transaction

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An epidemic and the competition law share little in common but end up in the same place – one attacks fairly and equally ; the other attacks unfair inequality. So it was perhaps fitting that on 24 March 2020, in the middle of its fight to control the Coronavirus outbreak, the Vietnamese (...)

Donghao Cui, Tracy Lu, Alastair Mordaunt, Hazel Yin, Ninette Dodoo The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation launches a public consultation on proposed amendments to China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

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On 2 January 2020, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (the “SAMR”) launched a public consultation on proposed amendments to China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (the “AML”). This signals the dawn of “Version 2.0” of China’s competition law, which has been on China’s legislative agenda since 2015. (...)

Georgia Dawson, Robert Ashworth, Royce Miller, Alan Wang, Yuxin Shen, Ninette Dodoo, Nicholas French, Alastair Mordaunt, Tim Mak, Donghao Cui The Chinese Government confirms plans to merge China’s three antitrust authorities into a single agency under a new government body called the State Administration for Market Supervision

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China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) confirmed plans last week to merge China’s three antitrust authorities into a single agency under a new government body called the State Administration for Market Supervision. At the same time, the NPC also confirmed plans to merge China’s banking and (...)

Ninette Dodoo, Alastair Mordaunt, Nicholas French The Chinese State Council submits proposals to the National Competition Authority to merge China’s three antitrust authorities into a single agency under a new government body, the State Administration for Market Supervision

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China’s State Council has submitted proposals to the National People’s Congress (NPC) to merge China’s three antitrust authorities into a single agency under a new government body called the State Administration for Market Supervision. The reform follows several years of speculation of an (...)

Alda Tsang, Alastair Mordaunt, Ninette Dodoo, Nicholas French, Joy Wong, William Robinson The Hong Kong Competition Authority brings ten construction and engineering companies to the Tribunal for an alleged market sharing and price-fixing cartel in relation to the renovation of over 800 flats in the public housing sector

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Yesterday, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the HKCC) took ten construction and engineering companies to the Competition Tribunal (the Tribunal) for an alleged market sharing and price fixing cartel relating to the renovation of over 800 flats in On Tat Estate, a public housing estate in (...)

Joy Wong, Ninette Dodoo, Nicholas French, Alastair Mordaunt The Chinese MOFCOM fines an imaging and optical products manufacturer for failure to notify its acquisition of a company active in the medical equipment sector (Canon / Toshiba)

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On 16 December 2016, China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) published its decision to fine Canon Inc. (Canon) for failure to notify its acquisition of Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation (TMSC) under the Anti-Monopoly Law (the AML). The decision is an important development for two key reasons : (...)

Ninette Dodoo, Paul Yde, Alastair Mordaunt The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit vacates a $147 million antitrust judgment on international comity grounds against a vitamin-C manufacturer who was legally required to set prices and reduce quantities abroad (In re Vitamin C Antitrust Litigation)

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On September 20, in a landmark decision, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed a district court’s decision in In re : Vitamin C Antitrust Litigation on international comity grounds. In vacating a $147m antitrust judgment against Chinese vitamin C manufacturers, the Second (...)

Alastair Mordaunt, Nicholas French, Ninette Dodoo, Lisa Eger The Chinese High Court of Beijing rejects an appeal in China’s first follow-on private action against six infant formula suppliers for engaging in resale price maintenance (Junwei Tian / Carrefour / Abbott)

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In one of the most notable decisions at the end of last year, the Beijing High Court rejected an appeal in China’s first follow-on private action in Junwei Tian v. Beijing Carrefour Shuangjing Store and Abbott Shanghai. The claim followed the decision in 2013 of China’s National Development and (...)

2043 Revue

Alastair Mordaunt, Hazel Yin, Kailun Ji, Ninette Dodoo, Tracy Lu Anti-competitive agreement and abusive conduct (10 years of the Anti-Monopoly Law in China - Beijing, 14 July 2018)

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Les ententes ont été une priorité des services répressifs chinois depuis l’entrée en vigueur de la loi anti-monopole en Chine le 1er août 2008. Malgré cette attention portée initialement sur le respect des lois sur les ententes, avec le temps les autorités l’ont étendue à d’autres zones de conduite (...)

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