MOFCOM Requests Public Comments on Draft Provisions Related to Remedies Imposed in Conditional Approvals (PDF)
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The Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM")requested public comments by April 26, 2013 on draft provisions concerning the evaluation, negotiation, implementation, monitoring, reconsideration of the remedies used in the conditional approvals issued as a result of the pre-merger review process as well as related sanctions. Once the draft provisions are finalized, they will replace the 2010 interim provisions on the acquisition and divesture of assets.
This Emerging Issue Analysis was authored by attorneys from the Antitrust Practice Group of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP.
Yasue (Becky) Nao Koblitz is Special Counsel in the Corporate practice group in the firm's Beijing office.
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Ms. Koblitz's 20-plus years of legal experience spans three continents and broad areas of expertise. She was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan and attended Stanford University and American University Law School in the United States. Becky began her legal career with the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division, and moved on to corporate law in Berlin, Germany, where she spent much of the last decade practicing real estate, finance and corporate law. Becky is returning to her "antitrust roots" in the Beijing office where she will manage and develop the antitrust, competition law and white-collar practices.
This Emerging Issue Analysis is for informational purposes and does not contain or convey legal advice. Copyright 2013, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
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