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A Proposal for a Structural Remedy for Illegal Collusion
2018, Antitrust Law Journal, Vol. 82, No.1, 2018, p.335-359
"The good news is that competition authorities are regularly detecting and convicting cartels. The bad news is that competition authorities are regularly detecting and convicting cartels. That cartels continue to form is striking in light of the impressive list of advancements in enforcement in the last three decades. ...
Leniency - From a Corporate Perspective
2018, ICN Cartel Working Group Webinar "Leniency Incentives and Disincentives", Oct 2018
Getting the Deal Through - Cartel Regulation 2018 - Hong Kong
2017, Getting the Deal Through - Cartel Regulation 2018
"Section 6 of the Competition Ordinance 2012 (Cap 619 of the Laws of Hong Kong) (the Ordinance) prohibits cartel conduct in Hong Kong. The substantive provisions came into effect on 14 December 2015.

The Competition Commission (the Commission) and the Communications Authority (CA) issued six guidelines under the Ordinance on 27 July 2015 (the Guidelines). The Guidelines provide guidance on how the Commission and the CA intend to interpret and apply the provisions of the Ordinance. In ...
The Perks of Being a Whistleblower: Designing Efficient Leniency Programs in New Antitrust Jurisdiction
2017, 50 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 5 (2017)
"In 1978, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) introduced a new method to detect cartels known as the Corporate Leniency Policy. The rationale behind the system, also referred to as amnesty or immunity program, was rather straightforward: the DOJ would vow not to punish a company involved in an illegal cartel in exchange for a confession and cooperation which would enable the indictment of other cartel members. Although the policy was largely unused in its original formulation, it plan ...
Unique Features and Major Limitations of the Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China (我国《反垄断法》的特色制度、亮点制度及重大不足)
(Full article available in Chinese only)
2008, The Jurist, No. 1, 2008, p.14-19 (《法学家》, 2008年第1期,第14-19页)
The Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) of the People's Republic of China took effect on 1 August, 2008. The enactment of the AML is of great importance to protecting the country’s fair competition, enhancing economic efficiency, safeguarding the interest of consumers and the society as a whole, and promoting the healthy development of China’s socialist market economy. As an advisor to the AML review process, the author shares his views and understanding of the law in this article, and looks into the key fe ...