[SZ] More Macao service sectors to be allowed into Shenzhen
Law firms with partners from Guangdong Province, Hong Kong and Macao will soon be allowed to expand their business to the whole city of Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Zhuhai, under a new service trade agreement signed between the central and Macao governments Saturday.
China, Africa launch arbitration center to handle disputes
Lawyers from China and Africa on Thursday officially launched the China-Africa Joint Arbitration Center (CAJAC) in Johannesburg, an alternative to solving disputes without resorting to courts.
New rule to help lawyers assert rights
Several national authorities jointly issued a rule on Sunday designed to ensure that lawyers are not impeded in their practices. It also prohibits public statements designed to manipulate public opinion or pressure law enforcement.
Hong Kong laws may apply to Qianhai contracts
The Qianhai authority is researching the feasibility of making Hong Kong laws apply to commercial contracts signed in the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong cooperation zone, which is part of the Guangdong free trade zone.
China's property taxes coming soon
The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, has included Property Tax Law in a legislation plan released this week.
Legal affairs meeting to be held for expats
An invitation-only meeting is being held in Shenzhen today to provide foreign residents of Futian with information about visas and doing business in Shenzhen.
Chinese courts go digital
Observing a case live on your iPad, filing a lawsuit online and paying legal fees via mobile phone... The Internet has made Chinese courts more accessible, transparent and even cool.
Tough penalties urged under new food safety law
China's top court has demanded heavy penalties for people breaking food safety laws that enter effect on Oct. 1.
China includes civil law codification in legislation plan
China has added the formulation of a civil law code to its five-year legislation plan.
The National Copyright Administration Clarifying Nature of Foreign Copyright Contract Registration Work
June 9, 2015, the National Copyright Administration issued Notice on Clarifying Nature of Foreign Copyright Contract Registration Work (Guo Ban Ban Han  No.29).