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Broad & Bright

701 CBD INTERNATIONAL PLAZA, NO.16 YONG'ANDONGLI, JIANGUOMENWAI AVENUE, CHAOYANG DISTRICT, BEIJING 100022, CHINA
Tel:
Work +86 10 8513 1818
Fax:
Fax +86 10 8513 1919
Email:
Web:
www.broadbright.com
Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Shanghai

Yao Feng

Tel:
Work +8610 85131818
Email:
Broad & Bright

Work Department

Partner

Position

Ms. Feng’s practice focuses on International Trade, FDI and Anti-trust laws of the P.R.C. Her clients include private companies and governments from European Union, Japan, Korea, the United States and other countries. Ms. Feng has represented the Chinese government in WTO’s dispute-settlement proceedings. She also advises clients on legal issues relating to import and export control, FDI, antitrust, etc. Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Feng was a government counsel in the MOFTEC (currently Ministry of Commerce), where she handled antidumping disputes, FDI issues and participated in trade treaties negotiations and trade law drafting. In addition to her private practice, Ms. Feng is currently serving as a government expert advising the government on WTO rules implementation, OECD steel negotiation, trade barrier issues and antitrust law legislation.

Career

Before joining Broad & Bright, Ms. Feng worked at Covington & Burling’s Washington D.C. Office as well as the MOFTEC (currently Ministry of Commerce). She is a founding member of Broad & Bright.

Languages

Chinese and English

Member

State Bar of New York

Education

She graduated from Jilin University Law School, Jilin China, with a LL.B. and from Columbia Law School, New York, USA, with a LL.M.


China: Antitrust and competition

PRC firms

Within: Leading individuals

Yao Feng - Broad & Bright

Within: PRC firms

Broad & Bright represents multinational companies across diverse sectors, including electronics, automotive, IT, and food and beverage. It is well versed in merger control filings, an area in which the firm has a large market share, but clients also turn to the team for representation before the NDRC in high-profile investigations into pricing practices. Practice head Yao Feng is deeply experienced, having previously worked at MOFTEC (now MOFCOM) and an international law firm.

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