Stephen Crosswell is a partner in the Hong Kong office. His practice covers a broad range of competition law issues in China, Hong Kong and throughout the Asia-Pacific, including advising on antitrust issues associated with distribution and supply chains, competition audits and compliance, competition litigation, competition related judicial review proceedings, access claims, multijurisdictional cartel investigations, merger clearance and collaboration/joint ventures. He also advises on competition policy matters, including regulated industry negotiations with governments and regulators, deregulation, privatization and state owned enterprises reform.
Stephen is ranked in major legal directories as a leading antitrust practitioner in China/Hong Kong. He has represented clients in many of the leading competition law cases in recent years under Hong Kong’s sectoral competition laws. He also represented the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce in the Legislative Council hearings relating to enactment of Hong Kong’s competition law and is a member of the Hong Kong Law Society’s Competition Law Committee, which reviewed the Hong Kong Competition Tribunal’s draft procedural rules before being submitted to the Legislative Council for enactment into law.