Chai Zhifeng

chai zhifeng

Areas of practice

Mr. Zhifeng Chai is a partner in the Antitrust and Competition Division at KWM.  

Mr. Chai’s  antitrust experiences can be traced back prior to the enactment of PRC Anti-monopoly Law. Mr. Chai’s practice mainly focuses on submitting merger control filings to SAMR on behalf of clients and  representing clients in designing, negotiating and implementing conditions in merger filings conditionally cleared by SAMR; providing strategic advices regarding transaction pattern from antitrust perspective; providing antitrust and anti-unfair competition compliance consultation regarding clients’ business mode, distribution channel, pricing policies etc.; providing antitrust training; cooperating with antitrust and anti-unfair competition administrative investigations on behalf of clients and assisting clients in antitrust private litigations, etc. 

Mr. Chai provides services to clients including international companies, SOEs and domestic companies. He has dealt with projects involving various industries including but not limited to banking, mining, automobile, auto parts, pharmacy, medical appliance, consumer goods, high technology, trade, telecommunication, finance, chemical, technology licensing, online service, engineering and manufacturing, etc.

Work experience

Mr. Chai joined KWM in early 2008. Mr. Chai has work experience in KWM Sydney office in 2013. Mr. Chai holds a Master of Law degree from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.  Mr. Chai was admitted as Chinese lawyer. 

Mr. Chai’s working languages are English and Mandarin.


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