Antitrust and national security scrutiny - Practices - English
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Antitrust and national security

Practice areas


Antitrust law is a newly emerging discipline in China, but Dentons’ lawyers have been at the forefront of this field since the beginning. We have established reliable communication channels with Chinese antitrust enforcement authorities, and we have gained unparalleled on-the-ground experience repres...


Antitrust law is a newly emerging discipline in China, but Dentons’ lawyers have been at the forefront of this field since the beginning. We have established reliable communication channels with Chinese antitrust enforcement authorities, and we have gained unparalleled on-the-ground experience representing domestic and international clients in the most high-stakes antitrust matters.


Key services in this area include:

• Preparing antitrust plans and strategies

• Undertaking antitrust compliance reviews

• Collecting evidence related to complaints

• Drafting letters of complaint

• Defending companies against antitrust claims and investigations

• Providing antitrust analysis of companies’ marketing agreements, cooperation agreements and M&A agreements

• Helping companies avoid monopolistic conduct that would subject them to administrative penalties and litigation proceedings

• Investigating, gathering evidence and conducting legal analysis in support of relevant market definitions, claims of market dominance and allegations of abuse of market dominance

• Preparing and submitting Concentration Reporting on behalf of business operators, and representing interested parties in submitting counter-claims

• Advising trade associations, chambers of commerce and other industry groups on Chinese anti-monopoly laws

• Providing legal advice to help government authorities and other public institutions avoid restricting or eliminating competition

• Providing legal advice with respect to national security scrutiny procedures initiated during the course of concentrations

• Representing clients in anti-monopoly administrative proceedings and civil litigation proceedings in connection with abuse of intellectual property

• Representing clients in administrative appeals and administrative proceedings on antitrust matters

• Representing clients in civil litigation regarding antitrust matters