Baker McKenzie (Hong Kong)

Stephen Crosswell

Baker McKenzie (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (Partner)

Highly acclaimed and Band 1 ranked Leading Antitrust Lawyer, Stephen Crosswell is the current Chair of Baker McKenzie’s Asia-Pacific Antitrust & Competition Group. He is also that Head of our Greater China Antitrust & Competition team. Clients laude Stephen for his "years of experience working on competition matters". He is described as a "vital resource for clients seeking to navigate the nuances not only of the new local competition law regime in Hong Kong but also across other Asian jurisdictions – including China". Stephen has been granted "Solicitor Advocate" status before the Hong Kong Courts, meaning that he is uniquely placed as a specialist competition advocate in Hong Kong, having rights of audience in the Competition Tribunal and appeal courts. He is representing one of the parties to the first enforcement action that has been taken in Hong Kong’s Competition Tribunal.

Distinctions

Auteurs associés

Baker Mckenzie (Paris)
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Wong Partners (Baker McKenzie Kuala Lumpur)

Vidéos

"Developing a Global Settlement Strategy" (Business | Private Enforcement | AWA 2021)
Stephen Crosswell 30 juin 2021 Webinar
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Stephen Crosswell 18 mai 2018 Hong Kong
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Stephen Crosswell 7 avril 2017 Hong Kong

Articles

604 Bulletin

Stephen Crosswell, Zhi Bao The Chinese Competition Authority imposes a fine totalling USD 45.62 million on its national power connection supplier for resale price maintenance (Bull)

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The China’s State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR")’s local branch in Zhejiang Province on 27 September 2021 announced a fine of USD 45.62 million on Bull Group for resale price maintenance ("RPM"). The SAMR has historically taken a tough stance on RPM and its recent imposition of (...)

Stephen Crosswell The Hong Kong Competition Authority publishes an advisory bulletin on trade associations that sets out potential competition concerns regarding admission and expulsion rules of Hong Kong trade, sporting, professional and industry bodies

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The bulletin sets out the authority’s potential competition concerns regarding admission and expulsion rules of Hong Kong trade, sporting, professional and industry bodies (i.e. "trade associations"), based on its investigatory work. The Hong Kong Competition Commission ("HKCC") has previously (...)

Zhi Bao, Laura Liu, Wenting Ge, Stephen Crosswell, Thomas Jenkins The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation fines 3 national pharmaceutical companies for abuse of dominance in the sale of an injectable pharmaceutical ingredient (Kanghui / Puyunhui / Taiyangshen)

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On 9 April 2020, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) fined three domestic pharmaceutical companies Shandong Kanghui Medicine Company Limited ("Kanghui"), Weifang Puyunhui Pharmaceutical Company Limited ("Puyunhui") and Weifang Taiyangshen Company Limited Pharmaceutical (...)

Stephen Crosswell, Thomas Jenkins, Zhi Bao, Laura Liu, Wenting Ge The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation ramps up antitrust enforcement by introducing 3 consolidated antitrust enforcement guidelines

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This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Since September 2018, the State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR"), the consolidated Chinese competition authority, has strengthened its enforcement of (...)

Stephen Crosswell The Hong Kong High Court rejects allegations by a travel agency that certain directives issued by the Travel Industry Council were anti-competitive (Loyal Profit / TIC)

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On 27 April 2017, Hong Kong’s High Court rejected allegations by travel agency, Loyal Profit International Development that certain directives issued by the Travel Industry Council (TIC) were anti-competitive, and refused to rule on alleged violations of competition law. Loyal Profit alleged (...)

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