Sunland Law Firm - Competition Law
Ms. Feng worked in Department of Treaty and Law of Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China as a governmental counsel from 1997 to 1999, and then worked as the director of Anti-Dumping Office from 1999 to 2001. Ms. Feng worked at Covington & Burling’s Washington D.C. Office from 2002 to 2003, in 2014 she joined Broad & Bright as one of the founding member.
Ms. Feng focuses on Antitrust laws, International Trade and FDI areas in her practice. She has served as the attorney for hundreds of filings to SAMR/MOFCOM regarding concentration of undertakings, and has provided legal service in various international trade disputes for companies and government agencies in China, South Korea, Japan, United States, European Union and Russia. At the same time, she has rich experience in customs affairs, WTO, international trade dispute and FDI areas.
Ms. Feng has represented the clients in many significant deals, and has rich experience in competition law. Since 1 August 2008, MOFCOM/SAMR has cleared over 4,500 fillings to date, out of which the team has represented hundreds, which is one of the domestic firms that have handled handle most cases in China. Ms. Feng has been ranked Band 1 lawyer in the industry by Chambers for consecutively 12 years since 2008. Ms. Feng’s high quality service has won the recognition by clients and legal professionals. She was awarded by many prestigious legal ranking publications. The major awards that Ms. Feng have received include: “Chambers Asia-Pacific: Asia’s Leading Lawyer in Competitiontitrust 2022″ ” GCR -2022 Awards – Merger Control Matter of the Year”. , and “Chambers and Partners: Yao Feng – Leading Lawyer in Competitiontitrust (PRC Firms) Band 1, 2022”.
In addition to the merger review, Ms. Feng and her team have provided consulting service for various antitrust issues, including representing the client to deal with the investigations initiated by NDRC. Ms. Feng and her team also have extensive experience in providing consulting service to international companies for antitrust compliance issues under the Anti-Monopoly Law.