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Coming soon: a national security screening mechanism for outbound investments

USA - June 28 2022 Earlier this month, a bipartisan and bicameral group of congressional leaders took a major step towards finalizing legislation that would allow the…

Christine Daya, Melanie Garcia, Ignacio E. Sanchez, Jan Zhan

Amendments to the Antimonopoly Law: Raising the Stakes for Antitrust Compliance in China

China - June 27 2022 In August 2007, China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) adopted China’s first comprehensive competition law, the Antimonopoly Law (AML).1 Fifteen…

Della Ding, Ray Xu

Global Sanctions Update: Global Sanctions Alert

Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom - March 8 2022 Our International Trade team have summarised the latest developments in global sanctions and how to navigate the implications on your business…

Chloe Barker, John Forrest, Ramsey Jurdi, Marc Lager, Constantine Lusignan-Rizhinashvili, Richard Newcomb, Davide Rossetti, Ignacio E. Sanchez, Ivan Sezin, Richard Sterneberg

Singapore - Global bribery offenses guide

Singapore - December 15 2021 The PCA governs a range of bribery-related offenses and includes, inter alia, offenses relating to the bribing of public sector officials and private…

Maurice Burke

Framing patents as essential facilities in Chinese antitrust: Ningbo Ketian Magnet Co., Ltd. v. Hitachi Metals

China, USA - September 7 2021 A Chinese court recently ruled in Ningbo Ketian Magnet Co., Ltd. v. Hitachi Metals, Ltd. that a patent-holder's refusal to license patents for…

Ray Xu