Trading Disputes Caused by a Business Card
Since a business card bears basic business information of an individual or a company, it is often regarded as a kind of identity document. However, completely relying on a business card may cause many legal risks.
Cybersecurity Law aims to 'protect people's interests'
New legislation set to be a hot topic among experts, officials at the annual internet meeting.
Officials provide personal touch in legal disputes
Ding Jiaqiang, a villager in Guizhou province, never expected the provincial Deputy Governor Chen Mingming to appear in court to directly answer an administrative dispute case against the local government.
Foreign IP disputes on the increase
China has become a major market for foreign enterprises to develop intellectual property innovation, according to a senior judge from China's top court.
China mulls new law to secure national defense transport
Chinese lawmakers on Monday started to deliberate on a draft of a new law on national defense transport, covering the use of railways, waterways and air transport for defense purposes.
IP infringement cases often involve foreigners
Nearly one in six lawsuits received by the Shanghai Intellectual Property Court in 2015 involved an overseas party, with most claiming to be victims of trademark or patent infringement.
Hengqin launches cross-border law office
On February 15, the China (Guangdong) Pilot Free Trade Zone Hengqin Area launched the first law office jointly run by firms from the mainland, Hong Kong and Macao. The firm has lifted the barrier that previously hampered legal service cooperation with Hong Kong, Macao and even other countries, and so will further enhance the development of trade in services by making the business environment more internationalized and law-based.
[SZ] Law to encourage good Samaritans
The city government plans to pass a good Samaritan law to provide legal protection to people who aid others, according to yesterday’s Southern Metropolis Daily.
[SZ] CEO of video-sharing site denies charges
Wang Xin, former CEO of the QVOD Technology Co., an online video-sharing platform, denied charges of spreading pornography and pirated videos during a trial in a Haidian court in Beijing on Thursday.
Guangdong free trade zone gets own court
China opened a court on Wednesday in one of its four free trade zones as it adapts its legal system to disputes arising out of these zones.