Nick Torres is an associate at Ellenoff Grossman & Schole. Nick earned his Juris Doctorate (“JD”) degree from Emory University School of Law. He served as the Editor-in-Chief Emory’s Corporate Governance and Accountability Review Journal. He received his Bachelor’s degree from SUNY Buffalo University in Political Science. To improve his Mandarin-Chinese proficiency, he also studied two years of language study at East China Normal University and Beijing International Studies University. Prior to beginning his legal career, Nick had established a credentialed career in education. He worked as a Second Language English teacher in Dongtan, South Korea, Shanghai, China, and Sydney, Australia for nearly three years. Nick is a language enthusiast. He is a native English speaker. He has a business level proficiency in Mandarin-Chinese, and he is conversational in Korean and Spanish as well. Nick is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation and Shanghai SAMR issue two administrative decisions punishing two Internet platform companies for engaging in “ either-or choice ” practices on their in-platform merchants (Alibaba / Shanghai Food Paishi Trade Development)Concurrences, Cheng Liu, Nick Torres, Yang Jingru and Audrey Yumeng Li, 10 April 2021, e-Competitions
China: Conglomerate mergers are facing heightened scrutinyConcurrences Review, Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li and Nick Torres, November 2020, N°4-2020
China’s IP antitrust guidelines released to the publice-Competitions Bulletin, Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li and Nick Torres, August 2020
Interpretation of ten highlights of platform economy antitrust guidelinesChina Law Insight, Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li, Lushen Hong and Nick Torres, November 18, 2020