Firm Profile


One of the first five foreign law firms granted a licence in Beijing in 1992, Hogan Lovells Beijing office is now one of the largest of all Beijing-based international law firms. With five partners and over 35 lawyers, we provide our local and international clients with a full service offering in relation to both outbound and inbound transactions. 
Independent market surveys regularly highlight our capability, pedigree, and excellent reputation. We are the only international law firm able to assist clients in most major cities in China through our membership of the Sino-Global Legal Alliance (SGLA), a selected group of leading Chinese law firms located in 13 cities across the country. Additionally, Hogan Lovells has an established relationship with many government agencies including the State Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) and the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM).
We have one of the largest global practices with presence in 16 countries, and we operate at the cutting edge of every major area of antitrust and competition law. This includes the most significant multinational mergers and joint ventures, cartel cases, abuse of dominance and restrictive practices cases, as well as other competition and antitrust investigations. We represent clients in litigation and advise on public law and policy issues and legislation, as well as State aid and public procurement matters. We regularly represent clients before the European Commission, the U.S. federal and state agencies, and other national antitrust and competition authorities, and have extensive experience before the EU, U.S., and national courts. 
We also help our clients to anticipate and avoid antitrust and competition problems. We offer ongoing advice, compliance audits, interactive compliance and dawn raid e-learning courses, training seminars, and mock dawn raids. 
Our range of experience extends to all sectors of the economy including energy, defense, financial services and insurance, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, media and entertainment, technology, and transportation. 


Industry Recognition*


Leading foreign firm for ‘Competition and Antitrust’ in China by Chambers Asia, 2009 and 2011


Notable Practitioners


Jun Wei


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