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China's Supreme Court Ruling Likely to Prompt More Follow-on Antitrust Litigation

China - February 6 2023 China's Supreme People's Court recently ruled for the plaintiff in Miao Chong v. SAIC-GM, which marked a rare triumph for a…

Peter J. Wang, YichenI Wu, Qiang Xue

Abuse of "Relatively Advantaged Position" Competition Violation Re-proposed in China

China - December 19 2022 The Situation: China’s antitrust enforcer, State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR"), published draft amendments to the…

Lillian He, Jerry C. Ling, Lawrence Wang, Peter J. Wang, Qiang Xue

China Amends Anti-Monopoly Law: What You Need to Know

China - July 12 2022 In late June 2022, the 13th National People's Congress Standing Committee adopted the First Amendments to China's Anti-Monopoly Law ("AML"). The…

Peter J. Wang, Qiang Xue

EU Chips Act: The EU's Push for Semiconductor Autonomy

European Union - March 11 2022 The recent semiconductor shortage, COVID-related supply chain disruptions, and trade tensions have exposed the European Union's ("EU") dependency on…

Bernard E. Amory, Ryan C. Thomas, Alexandre G. Verheyden, Craig A. Waldman, Geoffroy van de Walle

Chinese Court Enforces Mandatory Licensing for "Essential Facility" Patents in Antitrust Case

China - June 18 2021 China's Ningbo Intermediate People's Court ruled that Hitachi Metals ("Hitachi") allegedly abused its dominance when it refused to license patents…

Haifeng Huang, Peter J. Wang