Competition Compliance 2019

Competition Compliance 2019

Pages: 141

ISBN: 978-1-83862-121-6

  • £300.00


As scrutiny from competition authorities intensifies and fines for non-compliance reach record levels, Competition Compliance ensures that you have the legal toolkit necessary to plan, implement and maintain the robust compliance programme organisations need in complex multinational marketplaces. Topics covered include: standards and guidance for compliance programmes; how to demonstrate commitment to competition compliance; risk identification, assessment, mitigation and review; managing risk when dealing with competitors; leniency programmes; market dominance; competition compliance in mergers and acquisitions; investigations; implementing or amending a compliance programme in settlement negotiations; corporate monitorships; and infringement notification duties.

Published in June 2019, this edition contains the following chapters:

Editorial chapters

  • Global overview
    • Susan Ning, Kate Peng and Zhifeng Chai, King & Wood Mallesons


  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • China
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Russia
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
  • United States



Susan Ning, King & Wood Mallesons


Susan Ning joined King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) in 1995. She is a senior partner and the head of the firm’s commercial and regulatory group. She is one of the first legal practitioners in China to practice antitrust and competition law. Under her guidance, KWM became one of the first law firms to set up an antitrust and competition specialist division in China.

Susan is a leading lawyer in the Chinese antitrust and competition field. Her practice focuses on merger control filings to the PRC Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), antitrust investigations, compliance and antitrust litigation. Susan and her team have been highly acclaimed for Chinese antitrust practice for years and recognized by different reputed legal ranking institutions and legal magazines on many occasions.

Susan holds a Bachelor of Laws from Peking University and a Master in Law from McGill University. She was admitted as a Chinese lawyer in 1988.


Kate Peng, King & Wood Mallesons


Kate Peng is a partner of the Antitrust Team in KWM Beijing office where she specialises in in antitrust, competition, and intellectual property law.

Ms Peng is one of the very few antitrust attorneys who have extensive experience in contentious antitrust matters. She has been focusing on antitrust investigations and litigation since she joined KWM’s antitrust team as a partner in early 2012. Representing various types of clients, including multinationals, state-owned companies and government agencies, in dozens of antitrust investigations and litigations enables her to provide valuable insight and guidance to clients throughout the proceedings. Ms Peng is also one of the very few antitrust attorneys who have a strong intellectual property background. She began practising intellectual property law, both contentious and non-contentious, in 2006. Ms Peng’s distinct specialisation in the overlap between intellectual property abuse and antitrust issues, and her unique knowledge of contentious and non-contentious matters, make her a preferred choice for clients when they encounter complicated antitrust issues and issues involving intellectual property.


Zhifeng Chai, King & Wood Mallesons


Mr. Zhifeng Chai joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2008 and is the partner of the antitrust team in the KWM Shanghai office. His practice mainly focuses on submitting merger control filings to MOFCOM on behalf of clients; providing strategic advices regarding transaction pattern from antitrust perspective; providing antitrust and anti-unfair competition compliance consultation regarding clients’ business mode, distribution channel, pricing policies etc.; providing antitrust training; cooperating with antitrust and anti-unfair competition administrative investigations on behalf of clients and assisting clients in antitrust private litigations, etc.

Mr. Chai provides services to clients including international companies, SOEs and domestic companies. He has dealt with projects involving various industries including but not limited to pharmacy, medical appliance, banking, mining, agriculture, automobile, beverages, high technology, trade, telecommunication, aircraft leasing, finance, chemical and manufacturing, etc.

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