Fay Zhou is a partner at Linklaters’ Beijing office. Her practice includes advising both multinational and Chinese clients concerning antitrust and competition, and other regulatory issues. Fay has extensive knowledge in antitrust matters in China and other jurisdictions. She has focused herself in helping clients handling Chinese and foreign government investigations on cartel activities and abuse of dominance, making notifications and obtaining clearance for proposed mergers and acquisitions, as well as counselling clients in connection with the antitrust risks of their business behaviour. Fay previously served in the Chinese Ministry of Commerce for eight years, which is responsible for merger review and foreign investment approval in China. She has participated in many high-profile antitrust investigations and legislative initiatives, and has acquired a thorough understanding of the dynamic regulatory environment in China.
Chinese antitrust guidelines on leniency and commitments offer companies a “Way Out”China Law and Practice, Xi Liao, Fay Zhou and Vivian Cao, November 19, 2020
Heralding a New Era of Antitrust Enforcement in China: New Provisions on Monopolistic Agreements and Abuse of DominanceVivian Cao, Fay Zhou and Xi Liao, China Law & Practice, November 21, 2019
Legacy of Vestager’s First Term (Series)Gerwin Van Gerven, Mairi McMartin, Jonas Koponen, Bernard van de Walle, Christian Ahlborn, Nicole Kar, Fay Zhou, Nick Peristerakis, John Eichlin, Caroline Borgers, William Langridge, Linklaters Blog, LinkingCompetition. September 27, 2019.