Jones Day antitrust lawyer H. Stephen Harris Jr. estimates that he’s been to China at least 20 times in his career, but a trip he took to Shanghai earlier this month was years in the making.

Harris, who is based in Atlanta and coordinates the firm’s Asia antitrust practice, was invited to Shanghai with three other foreign antitrust lawyers to train Chinese judges how to handle antitrust litigation.

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