Event

Hong Kong Competition Ordinance: Developments and Considerations – 25 November 2020, 12 noon

Compliance with the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance is once again in focus as we see the first penalties being imposed against businesses and individuals. As the Ordinance approaches its 5th anniversary of enforcement, join Carter Chim and Marcus Pollard at their webinar to learn about some of the most recent developments, including the increasingly aggressive focus on sanctioning individuals and the evolution of the Competition Commission’s leniency policy.

 

Date:

 

25 November 2020 (Wednesday)

Time: 12 noon – 12.45pm
Speakers:  Carter Chim, Barrister, Denis Chang’s Chambers
Marcus Pollard, Competition Counsel, Hong Kong SAR, Linklaters


Format:


Webinar

This event is co-organised by LexisNexis Hong Kong.  If you are interested in attending, please register online or email [email protected] . All registrations are subject to confirmation by LexisNexis Hong Kong. 

For enquiries, please reach out to our Practice Development Managers Sonia Chan ([email protected]) or Taylor Goodwin ([email protected]).


Carter Chim

 

Carter was called to the Hong Kong Bar in 2012 and has established a solid practice specialising in competition law, advising clients in both the public and private sectors. In 2015-2016, he was appointed as a legal counsel to the Competition Commission (Hong Kong), where he helped the Commission finalise its Guidelines, drafted policy documents and acted as case manager of the Commission’s first enforcement case. Currently, he also serves as a non-governmental advisor to the International Competition Network, the only global body devoted exclusively to competition law enforcement with members representing national and multinational competition authorities.

 

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