Seminar Introduction

Do you think a dawn raid is just another legal visit? Have you assumed that interviews with the Competition Commission are not much different from a section 183 interview by the SFC? Do you take it that privilege against self-incrimination can offer as much protection as your client may expect? If so, this CPD Seminar has more to tell you.

In this Seminar, Kenneth Lee and Thomas Yeon will examine the various rights and remedies available for a person or entity under investigation by the Competition Commission. The interactive discussion will also cover constraints on the Commission’s power in relation to dawn raids, interviews and other investigation procedures, and offers some practical tips on how to proceed ahead as investigation and enforcement progresses.

This Seminar is intended for practitioners who practise or are interested in exploring more about competition law in Hong Kong. This Seminar will be delivered in Chinese. A drinks reception will be held in Chambers after the Seminar.

Registration for the Seminar may be made via the form below.

Seminar Organiser

18LC is a set of barristers’ chambers located at 18/F, Tower 1, Lippo Centre. We provide specialist advice and strong advocacy in various fields of civil litigation and related fields of criminal litigation, and house established authorities in arbitration, competition law, and intellectual property. Members of Chambers also regularly deliver talks and seminars to both legal professionals and non-legal professionals.


28 March 2024 (Thursday)
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Hybrid (online via Zoom and in-person at 18LC (1808-09, Tower 1, Lippo Centre. 89 Queensway, Hong Kong))
CPD Points:
Registration Method:
Via this link or scan the QR code below. Seats are allotted on a first-come, first-served basis
Please contact our Practice Development Clerk, Ms Angel Wong, at or call +852 3795 5636

Event Poster