“Seasoned practitioner [and] recognised for her extensive experience in competition law. She frequently helps major multinational clients to obtain merger clearances and respond to investigations. "Ninette is a class act," confirms one source, while another "certainly sees her as a clear market leader."”
Ninette Dodoo is a highly respected figure in the market with a wide-ranging practice that encompasses merger control mandates as well as investigations in China. One client reports: "She has very solid legal knowledge of competition law and an understanding of China’s legislative and enforcement practices with impressive commercial sense to apply the legal analysis into the real business."
‘Commentators say: “She is very articulate, with great analysis and thinking.”’
Widely respected by peers for her knowledge and technical ability. Clients also rate her highly, with one interviewee reporting that "I think Ninette is wonderful: a real antitrust expert"
Noted by sources for her "sound working knowledge of competition principles and the processes in China." One client added: "Her knowledge and her way of handling matters are very impressive, but she also understands our business perspectives, not just the pure legal stuff, which is vital for a competition lawyer."
Ninette is recognised as a leading antitrust lawyer by each of the principal legal directories and was recently named one of the world’s top 100 Women in Antitrust
Freshfields briefing, January 2020 China seeks more aggressive antitrust enforcement as it proposes amendments to the Anti-Monopoly Law
Kluwer Law International, 2016, pp.185-204 Co-author of the China chapter of 'Intellectual Property and Competition Law', P. Chrocziel, M. Lorenz and W. Prinz zu Waldeck und Pyrmont (eds)
Freshfields briefing, January 2017 MOFCOM fines company for failure to file foreign-to-foreign transaction in China (co-author with Alastair Mordaunt, Nicholas French and Joy Wong)