King & Wood Mallesons (Beijing)

Cheng Liu

King & Wood Mallesons (Beijing)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Cheng Liu is a partner at King and Wood Mallesons. Mr. Liu has extensive experience in antitrust and competition law since 2005. He regularly advises clients on Chinese antitrust and competition matters and has represented numerous multinational companies and Chinese companies in their merger filings at Chinese authority, including a number of high profile transactions. He provides advice on antitrust compliance for the clients’ business model, and delivers antitrust trainings. He also advises clients in dealing with antitrust investigations by the authorities. Mr Liu has been recognized by many global media as one of the leading competition lawyers in China.

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Articles

1119 Bulletin

Cheng Liu, Nick Torres The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation and Shanghai SAMR issue two administrative decisions punishing two Internet platform companies for engaging in “either-or choice” practices on their in-platform merchants (Alibaba / Shanghai Food Paishi Trade Development)

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A few days ago, the State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) and Shanghai Administration for Market Regulation (“Shanghai AMR”) successively issued two administrative decisions punishing two Internet platform companies for engaging in “either-or choice” practices (a type of exclusive (...)

Cheng Liu The Chinese SAMR promulgates the Anti-monopoly Guidelines for intellectual property rights providing a more detailed analytical framework for monopoly agreements and abuse of dominant position

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In 2020, SAMR promulgated the Anti-monopoly Guidelines for Intellectual Property Rights, i.e. IP Guidelines, which provide a more detailed analytical framework for monopoly agreements and abuse of dominant market position involving intellectual property : Definition of relevant market : The IP (...)

Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation clears an acquisition in auto parts sector subject to conditions (ZF / WABCO)

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On 15 May 2020, the State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) in China conditionally approved ZF Friedrichshafen AG (“ZF”)’s acquisition of WABCO Holdings, Inc. (“WABCO”, ZF and WABCO collectively as the “Parties”) following a 180-day extended Phase 2 review. It is noteworthy that the SAMR is (...)

Cheng Liu, Yun Bi, Jeffrey Liu The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation accepts the first merger filing involving a variable interest entities structure (Shanghai Mingcha Zhegang / Huansheng Information Technology)

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Preamble On 20 April 2020, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR") formally accepted a filing for the Establishment of a Joint Venture between Shanghai Mingcha Zhegang Management Consulting Co., Ltd. (“SMZ”) and Huansheng Information Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. ("SMZ (...)

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