Anti Trust Lecture Series: China’s Proposed Antimonopoly Law **
5:30pm - 7:30pm
WCL has inaugurated an international antitrust lecture series during which leading governmental officials, academics and practitioners will discuss antitrust policy and procedural issues in an international and comparative setting. On August 30, 2007, China enacted a comprehensive competition law. This law is likely to raise numerous procedural and substantive questions and will undoubtedly have far-reaching consequences. WCL is honored to have Professor Sheng Jiemin, Peking University, one of the participants in the drafting process, visit from Beijing to speak about the law, its likely implications and the development of enforcement mechanisms. Commenting on the law will be Yee Wah Chin, Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP, New York who has been closely following its enactment and has lead several efforts to provide comments on the law to the Chinese Government. The panel will be moderated by Todd Miller, Baker & Miller PLLC, who has also participated in commenting on the law during the legislative process and teaches International and Comparative Antitrust Law at WCL.