Sin Chit LAI
Sin Chit LAI (as known as Martin) graduated from the SJD program in 2020 and is currently on the academic job market. Martin’s research interests are Competition Law and Law & Economics. Prior to his doctoral study, Martin obtained an LLM from the same school, a Juris Master from Tsinghua University, a Bachelor of Economics and Finance from the University of Hong Kong, and some European Union Competition Law training from the University of Munich. He has written and published scholarly works about Antitrust Law. In addition, Martin has worked as a Research Assistant at the Center of Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) under the supervision of Mr. Hendrik M. Wendland, and at the Wharton School under the supervision of Professor Joseph E. Harrington. Martin is a member of the New York State Bar.
Enabling and Incentivizing Standalone Private Antitrust Actions in Hong Kong – Lessons from the United States, 16 Berkeley Business Law Journal 463 (2019).
Defining and Regulating Hard Core Cartels in Hong Kong: Agency Reconciling the Divergence between Legislators and International Standard, 20 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 933 (2018) (nominated for the Concurrences Antitrust Writing Awards 2019 in the Asian Antitrust category).
Analyzing China Guiding Case No. 79 under Section 1 of Sherman Act in the U.S. – A Per Se Tying Violation or Not?, 39 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law Online (2018) (nominated for the Concurrences Antitrust Writing Awards 2019 in the Asian Antitrust category).
Bid Rigging, a Faintly Discernible Enumeration under Article 13 of the Anti-Monopoly Law in China, 12 University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review 244 (2016).
Available at: https://ssrn.com/author=2608915