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The Competition Ordinance was partially implemented in January 2013 following its passing in June 2012. The purpose of this delay was to provide time for the establishment of the Hong Kong Competition Commission and the Competition Tribunal. The Ordinance contains three competition rules: From an employment law perspective, employers will need to have a few items on their radar regarding the Ordinance including some of the following: Employers should seek advice where they consider that there may an impact on their practices.

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Susan Kendall is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Hong Kong office. She practices mostly on matters relating to commercial litigation. Susan is listed as a leading lawyer in dispute resolution by Chambers Asia Pacific. She is an accredited mediator with the Hong Kong Mediation Council and is admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong, as well as in England & Wales. Susan is a member of the Law Society of Hong Kong and the Law Society of England & Wales.

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