Compliance; Antitrust & competition; Dispute resolution
Wu Peng graduated from Peking University Law School and Kyushu National University Law School, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in law and a masters degree in law, respectively. He returned to China in 1993, and founded Zhong Lun Law Firm as a co-founding partner. He is now a managing partner and senior partner of Zhong Lun.
Wu has 30 years of practice experience. His main practice areas are anti-monopoly and competition law, cross-border investment and mergers and acquisitions, litigation, and arbitration. His long-term clients include domestic and foreign multinational companies and leading enterprises in industries such as energy and information technology. He has provided thousands of instances of legal service for hundreds of well-known multinational companies, and participated in many cases with significant social influence, such as Qualcomm’s anti-monopoly investigation case, an abuse of market dominance case brought by JD against Tmall, confirmation of a non-monopoly case brought by Qualcomm against Meizu, an abuse of market dominance case and patent infringement case brought by Hytera against Motorola. He has rich experience in anti-monopoly investigation, litigation, merger control filings, M&A, compliance, and other fields, and can always put forward unique, innovative, and feasible views and solutions in cases, which has been highly praised by clients. In addition, Wu has good communication with regulatory authorities and judicial institutions. Over the years, he has continually participated in relevant legislation processes and seminars held by government agencies, international chambers of commerce, associations, and foreign embassies and consulates in China.
Wu is currently an executive director of the Economic Law Research Association of the China Law Society, an arbitrator of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, and the vice chairman of the ICC China Competition Committee. Wu is also a part-time masters tutor at the Law School of Peking University and the Law School of Renmin University of China. Wu is enthusiastic about public welfare and has strong sense of social justice and responsibility. He is currently the chairman of the Zhong Lun Public Welfare Foundation.