Stephen Crosswell heads Baker McKenzie’s Asia-Pacific regional competition group. He is a partner in the firm’s competition practice in Hong Kong, where he oversees competition matters in Hong Kong, China, Vietnam and Korea. He is consistently recognised as a leading lawyer for competition/antitrust by Chambers Asia. Mr Crosswell regularly speaks at leading antitrust events in Asia. He is also involved in capacity building with regional regulators and antitrust policy work.
Mr Crosswell has nearly two decades of experience advising on a wide range of competition law and policy issues in the Asia-Pacific region. His practice covers a broad range of competition law issues, including competition audits and compliance, competition litigation, competition-related judicial review proceedings, access claims, multijurisdictional cartel investigations, merger clearance, collaboration/joint ventures and antitrust advisory.
Mr Crosswell also regularly advises on competition policy matters, including regulated industry negotiations with governments and regulators, industry advisory, deregulation, privatisation and state-owned enterprises reform. Mr Crosswell advises across a broad range of sectors, including media and telecommunications, government contracts, oil and gas, retail, banking and finance, property and ports.