Senior U.S. Associate, New York
Education and qualifications
John represents U.S. and international clients in all phases of the U.S. merger review process and advises on a broad range of antitrust and regulatory issues related to cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other business arrangements. He also counsels clients on compliance and enforcement issues related to cartels, vertical restraints, market manipulation, and other antitrust law matters.
John has previously supported clients from the firm’s Beijing office and has co-authored several articles on the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law in the Global Competition Review as well as in the CPI Antitrust Chronicle, for which he won Best Asian Antitrust Business Article at the 2016 Concurrences Antitrust Writing Awards.
John is a member of Steering Group, International Antitrust Law Committee, American Bar Association Section of International Law.
John writes regularly on antitrust issues. His publications include:Co-author, "Navigating the New Competition Law Frontier: Reviewing Global Antitrust Approaches to Technology Platforms", The International Lawyer, March 2019
Co-author, "International Standards of Procedural Fairness and Transparency in Chinese Investigations," CPI Antitrust Chronicle, February 2015 (Concurrence Antitrust Writing Awards 2016: Best Antitrust Business Article, Asia-Pacific)
Co-author, "Antitrust Audits: An Essential But Often Overlooked Component of an Effective Corporate Compliance Program," American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting Briefing, April 2016
Co-author, "The growth of the compliance carrot: United States latest - but not only - authority to reward corporate antitrust compliance programs," American Bar Association Compliance & Ethics Spotlight, February 2016Co-author, "China: Cartels," Global Competition Review's Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review, 2014-2018