Jingjing is an antitrust, competition and regulatory lawyer based in Hong Kong.
Jingjing advises international companies on emerging antitrust regimes in East Asia (China and Hong Kong in particular), with a focus on multi-jurisdictional merger filings, international cartel investigations and compliance strategies. She has represented US, European and Asian clients active in a number of industrial sectors including automobile, banking, chemicals, food, infrastructure, IT, lottery, mining, retail, shipping and transport.
Airline cooperation and antitrust in East Asia; CCS clears Visa’s interchange fees under the Competition Act.
Effects-based enforcement in China; Johnson & Johnson loses resale price maintenance case on appeal.
International legal practice Norton Rose has advised the global leader in mobile device lifecycle services Brightpoint, Inc..
Asia competition team member Zhao Jingjing was quoted in a feature article that ran in the October 2011 issue of the Global Competition Review on the third anniv....