Nathan (Nate) Bush advises clients in internal investigations, government enforcement actions, and compliance matters in Asia. He was based in Beijing from 2004 through 2012, and has covered the region from Singapore since 2013. Nate was a pioneer of antitrust practice in China, and guides clients through anti-bribery and anticorruption (ABAC) risks in Asia's dynamic markets.

Nate represents companies and individuals in internal investigations and enforcement actions involving violations of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other ABAC laws, as well as securities fraud, market misconduct, money laundering, export controls, and sanctions violations. He has conducted investigations in China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and other jurisdictions, and routinely advises on compliance aspects of capital markets, M&A, private equity and venture capital transactions in Asia.

Nate advises clients regarding antitrust merger notifications, compliance strategies, and enforcement risks under Asia’s evolving competition regimes. He leads innovative multi-jurisdictional approaches to antitrust regulatory inquiries, litigation, and policy advocacy, and represents clients in US merger review and antitrust litigation matters.

Nate is experienced in the specific regulatory risks of diverse industries in Asia, including the financial services, life sciences, semiconductor, media, telecommunications, energy, aviation, manufacturing and retail sectors.

He frequently publishes articles and speaks on competition policy and compliance issues in Asia. He co-authored the China chapter of the ABA's treatise on Competition Laws Outside the U.S., and writes a bimonthly column on antitrust in China Law & Practice. Nate clerked for the Hon. Leonie M. Brinkema in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.