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Navigating Regulatory Hurdles in China: On Antitrust, IP, and Beyond
2019/08/29 @ 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
With the further reform and development of the market economy in China, the Chinese central government has simplified market entry on the one hand, but has strengthened regulations on the other hand. In particular, the establishment of State Administration for Market Regulation in 2018 has consolidated the former antitrust enforcement authorities (NDRC, MOFCOM and SAIC) into one single regulator. And the set-up of the IP Tribunal within the China Supreme Court early this year has shown the government’s determination to strengthen IP protections. In the area of data protection & privacy, similar to other jurisdictions, China has been trying to perfect the legal regime in this field to address various important issues, such as the assessment of cross-border data transfers.
We have invited two seasoned attorneys to discuss ways to navigate the increasingly important and complicated regulatory hurdles in China, particularly in the areas of antitrust & competition, IP, and data protection & privacy. It's a great opportunity to learn the lastest development in China's legal infrastructure!
Food and drinks will be provided, courtesy of Dentons.
Ken Dai - a key partner in the Competition and Antitrust practice in Dentons’ China region. As one of the earliest private practitioners focusing on the antitrust practice area, Mr. Dai has advised numerous companies and enterprises on the various aspects of China’s Anti-monopoly Law, including without limitation merger filings, pricing policies, antitrust review of distribution agreements, abuse of market dominance, antitrust & intellectual property rights, and private antitrust litigations. Mr. Dai is also one of the first pioneering attorneys practicing data protection, privacy, and cybersecurity in mainland China. He has advised clients on every aspect of this area since 2012.
Wallace Li - an experience attorney focuses his practice on Intellectual Property litigation and non-litigation matters. Mr. Li is especially experienced in the field of cultural film and television media. Currently, he is a member of the Shanghai Lawyers Association Culture and Media Committee, Shanghai Jinan Youth Federation, and 2015 “LEGALBAND” Chinese law circles top 30 lawyers(U30). He has been interviewed by the Media many times, such as the Central Television (CCTV), Xinhua News Agency, Zhejiang TV, Shanghai Radio and Television, Surging news, and Wen Wei Po.