Hazel Yin recently joined Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer as a partner in the firm’s Asia antitrust, competition and trade practice. Yin is based in Beijing, serving as co-head of the firm’s competition practice in mainland China. She has experience in advising multinational and Chinese clients on inbound and outbound merger control, regulatory investigations and antitrust risk and compliance.
“Hazel is one of the rising stars of Chinese competition law and we are delighted that she is joining our team,” said Thomas Janssens, global head of Freshfields’ competition practice.
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