Su Sun specializes in economic analysis for antitrust and intellectual property matters. His experience includes economic analysis in merger review, price fixing, and abuse of dominance cases on antitrust issues, and economic analyses and damage calculations in patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret cases.
Dr. Sun has particular expertise in China’s antitrust and IP matters. He has worked extensively on antitrust cases before the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) and its predecessor antitrust agencies. In addition, he has submitted expert reports and testified in several antitrust and IP cases before several Chinese courts.
Regularly writing on antitrust issues, Dr. Sun’s work in English has appeared in the Antitrust Law Journal, European Competition Law Review, Antitrust Source, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Emerging Markets Finance & Trade, and newsletters and books. He was among the main authors commenting on draft regulations and guidelines for antitrust and IP in China on behalf of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section and International Section. His Chinese work has appeared in several Chinese journals and magazines.
While at the University of Michigan, Dr. Sun taught undergraduate and MBA economics courses. He also taught antitrust economics in a summer course at Renmin University of China.
Dr. Sun is currently a Senior Editor of the Antitrust Law Journal, an advisor to the College of Management and Economics of Tianjin University in China, and an advisor to the Anti-Infringement and Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance in China.