Stephanie Wu is a partner of AnJie Law Firm’s Shanghai Office. Stephanie specialises in antitrust and competition law, and advises on all aspects and phases of anti-monopoly law, including compliance, investigations, merger notification, antitrust private litigation and fair competition review.
Stephanie has extensive experience in advising both multinationals and Chinese companies on Anti-Monopoly Law issues pertaining to the compliance of companies’ daily operations and business practices in China, in particular issues relating to the supply and distribution, horizontal cooperation, information exchange, sales and marketing, and after-sales. Stephanie has also advised clients on the formation of tailor-made Anti-Monopoly Law compliance systems, the formulating of responses to investigations and complaints, as well as provided trainings and performed internal audits for clients. The clients Stephanie has advised ranges from medical devices, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals to electronics, motor vehicle and aviation.
Stephanie has authored many articles on various issues relating to the Anti-Monopoly Law of China in English and Chinese from a comparative law perspective