Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)

Kailun Ji

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)
Lawyer (Associate)

Kailun is an associate with the firm’s antitrust, competition and trade group, based in the Beijing office. Kailun specialises in the antitrust and regulatory aspects of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and investigations in China. Kailun has recently advised a broad range of international and PRC clients across different sectors including healthcare, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, chemicals, IT/technology, shipping, food and beverages etc. Prior to joining the firm’s antitrust group, she worked for a top tier Chinese law firm in Beijing. Kailun holds a Postgraduate Diploma on EU Competition Law from King’s College London, a Master of Law Degree (specialize in Competition Law) from Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and an LL.B. from Zhejiang University.


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23 Bulletin

Nicholas French, Ninette Dodoo, Joy Wong, Kailun Ji The China’s National Development and Reform Commission fines three manufacturers of an insomnia drug for refusing to supply its pharmaceutical ingredients to other competitors and for raising its prices (Huazhong / Xinyi / Siyao)


China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), one of China’s three agencies responsible for antitrust enforcement, recently published its decisions to fine three Chinese companies active in the manufacture of estazolam (a drug commonly used to treat insomnia) for refusing to supply (...)

1026 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)


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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