Yee Wah Chin advises on antitrust law. She is general counsel of a trade association, and focuses on the antitrust risks of interactions among competitors, seller-buyer arrangements, intellectual property and M&A. Yee Wah has defended clients at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. She has also litigated securities, commodities, IP, contracts, insurance coverage, constitutional, consumer protection, bankruptcy, and trusts and estates cases.
Yee Wah Chin is an antitrust lawyer and commercial litigator with corporate transactional experience, who has been a Senior Counsel and Partner with AmLaw 100 law firms, and Assistant General Counsel-Antitrust at a Fortune 100 company. She has ensured antitrust compliance for transactions, particularly regarding Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) issues, intellectual property licensing and standard setting activities.
Yee Wah has provided antitrust counseling, analysis and oversight on over $3 billion in transactions, and antitrust advice on regulatory compliance, marketing, and relations with competitors, suppliers and customers, as well as on licenses and distribution relationships.
Yee Wah Chin is a frequent writer and speaker on antitrust subjects. She is a leader at the American Bar Association in antitrust, particularly on the intellectual property - antitrust interface, China and other international antitrust areas, and has been active in OECD and U.S. Chamber of Commerce projects on China. She is a bar association leader and has been cited in many publications, including The Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and CompetitionLaw360.
On August 1, 2008, China's Anti-Monopoly Law (the "AML") became effective. It is analogous to the Sherman Act in the United States, in that it adds an antitrust hurdle for M&A transactions which will affect Chinese consumers. In...
August 29, 2011
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Yee Wah Chin explores the possibility of bringing three common defenses to patent infringment claims as affirmative claims. The ability to do so is useful if, for example, a business owner is paying royalties to a patent holder for a patent...
This article by Yee Wah Chin analyzes patents on "self-replicating technologies." The self-replicating technology most referenced in this article is seed for planting crops--because each plant will produce more seeds carrying the patented...
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