Mr. Qi focuses on commercial litigation/arbitration, competition and antitrust law practice. He has experience in a broad variety of disputes, including anti-unfair competition, shareholder right dispute, international trade, product liability, finance, insurance, real estate, construction, and white-collar crime. Mr. Qi has successfully represented various international and domestic clients before the PRC intermediate and above-level courts as well as major arbitration institutions.
In addition, Mr. Qi has plenty of experience in advising international and domestic clients on compliance issues, including but not limited to commercial bribery, antitrust and advertising law. His scope of work includes providing compliance advice, drafting compliance policies, providing compliance training and representing the client in compliance investigation (including for a company’s internal investigation and regulatory investigation conducted by a governmental authority).
From 2010 to 2011, Mr. Qi participated in the Lord Chancellor’s Training Scheme for Young Chinese Lawyers. As a visiting lawyer, Mr. Qi studied at London University, School of Oriental and African Studies and undertook a secondment at the London office of Addleshaw Goddard LLP and at 39 Essex Street Barrister Chambers.
Mr. Qi is currently an arbitrator at the Shanghai International Arbitration Center and Vice-Director of the Competition and Antitrust Law Committee of the Shanghai Lawyers' Association. He is also a part-time master tutor at East China University of Political Science and Law, and a part-time professor at the School of International Financial Law of East China University of Political Science and Law.