Ken Dai earned his LLB and LLM, respectively, from the China University of Political Science and Law, and the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. He has assisted and represented a number of clients in bringing civil antitrust actions at home and abroad. He has experience advising companies in handling legal issues arising from intellectual property rights and antitrust laws. Currently, Ken Dai is a member of the Antitrust Committee of the IBA; the Competition Committee of the IPBA; the Outbound Investment and the Antitrust Committees of the Shanghai Bar Association; and the Asian Competition Forum. In addition, he is a columnist of Forbes China. Ken Dai has written numerous articles on China’s Antimonopoly Law and has published two antitrust books with Law Press.