Maxime Vanhollebeke is an antitrust, competition and regulatory lawyer based in Hong Kong.
Maxime advises international companies on emerging antitrust regimes in East Asia, and Asian companies on global competition compliance issues, multi-jurisdictional merger filings, abuse of market power issues and international cartel investigations. Maxime advises clients in a wide range of sectors, including automotive, life sciences, shipping, air transport, postal services, banking and insurance, petrochemicals, mining, commodities and FMCG. His practice is informed by his prior experience as an in-house competition advisor in Europe, where Maxime worked extensively on abuse of market power, cartel-like behaviour and state aid issues.
Maxime regularly publishes and participates in conferences or seminars on Asia competition law issues and he has been actively involved in training programmes for Asian competition regulators.
Maxime is a foreign registered lawyer (Hong Kong) and a member of the Bar in New York. He speaks French (native), English and Dutch.
China merger control comes of age; CCS partially settles case against lift spare parts suppliers.
August 03, 2016
Fines exceed $750 million in first six months; China’s NDRC launches public consultation on methodology to set fines and the disgorgement of illegal gains.
July 04, 2016
Eight Norton Rose Fulbright lawyers across EMEA have been recognised in Euromoney’s “Rising Stars 2016” guide..
July 22, 2016