Hogan Lovells (Beijing)

Rachel Xu

Hogan Lovells (Beijing)

Rachel Xu is an associate with Hogan Lovells in Beijing. After achieving her LL.M. degree at Columbia Law School, Rachel Xu joined the antitrust law practice in Hogan Lovells Washington D.C. Office. Through on-the-ground training in Washington D.C., one of the world’s most competitive and high-profile antitrust law markets, she gained wide-range U.S. antitrust law experience including handling merger filing, conducting cartel investigation, providing antitrust counselling and representing clients in antitrust litigation. Rachel is also active in U.S. and China legal/business community. She has assisted the Hogan Lovells D.C. Office hosting high-profile seminars and events facilitating and bridging communication between U.S. and China authorities, business and lawyers. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Rachel worked at another leading international law firm for several years. Through her multi-area practice, she achieved comprehensive understanding of client’s various needs in complex merger deals, internal investigations (antitrust/FCPA) and litigation/arbitration. After relocation to Beijing, Rachel uses her skills assisting clients with Chinese and U.S. antitrust matters.

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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


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 (...)

Suyu Yuan, Adrian Emch, Rachel Xu, Qing Lyu The Chinese Supreme Court rules that Chinese antitrust authorities do not have to prove the anti-competitive effects of companies’ resale price maintenance conduct (Hainan Yutai Technology Feed)


NEITHER FISH NOR FOWL – CHINA’S SUPREME COURT PROPOSES NEW FRAMEWORK FOR RESALE PRICE MAINTENANCE* In the last week of June 2019, a copy of a ground-breaking court ruling emerged on social media in China – the order by the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) in the case between Yutai Technology (...)


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